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Got a 94 DX coupe with D16Z6 (about 150hp @ wheel with oem diff), S40 trans with B000 gears. H&R race springs with very old Tokico Illumina shocks. Lately I've been getting what feels like torque steer but can't figure how I get that when I'm not making a lot of torque. Will a limited slip diff cause torque steer with this set up or is it more caused by the worn out shocks?
 

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Worn out suspension components like bushings, ball joints, and tie rods can cause what appears to be torque steer.

Also, a good wheel alignment can help with this problem.

I would start off with the least expensive route before spending money on an LSD or new shock absorbers.
 

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Rear bushing on the LCA causes the most deflection even when stock.

Honda's don't torque steer unless something is wrong, like soft bushings or crappy alignment....or worn out suspnsion.
 
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