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Ok, I have a question for my fellow Avalanche owners.
After breaking in my buddies new Avalanche XP with him last night we were running her in the street in front of his house and giving it full throttle. He asked me about why it was pulling to the right, so we took a look at alignment. The alignment seems to be just fine when driving at 1/2 throttle or if you start off at slowly increasing rate. However, if you slam the throttle it immediately veers to the right. This eventually led to a nice bruise on my right foot before the end of the night.
I have noticed the same thing with my Avalanche as well and I can only assume that it is due to the torque from an aggressive take off.
Question is, is there a way to lesson this veering during aggressive acceleration? It seems that this can be detrimental to the well-being of the truck as it can result in total loss of control.