Admittedly, I can't blame HICAS for my bad driving, and I should probably do a full rebuild on the rear sub frame... but I had a bit of a moment this morning where the rear unexpectedly started to slide out when powering out of a sweeping turn. I lifted and only counter-steered mildly which started the snap oversteer / tank slapper oscillation maybe 2~3 times back and forth. I was only able to stop the oscillation by getting back on power. But the thing is, I'm not sure if its the HICAS system, but especially when cornering at speeds (It was very noticeable at Eastern Creek Raceway), the rear sometimes feels like there is a strange artificial over-steer sensation, but without a resisting force you'd expect when the wheels do skid... Kind of feels like it handles like a shopping trolley - not in control. It definitely feels different to every other RWD car I've owned. I'm not sure how the HICAS system works or what its doing and when... I haven't really worried about deleting it until now. So does anyone know what/how/when it reacts when you lose rear traction? Should I delete HICAS or am I overthinking it and just improve my driving with the HICAS system still operational?