The dealer had Four golf bags in the trunk of the car to prove that the trunk would hold as many. I did take a ball out of one of the bags and placed it on the back seat. The ball did roll from side to side but not as much as I thought it should have. BTW I weigh 154 LBS and I am 5'11''. This could be a factor as well. The seat in the car is also very plush and snug fitting. The turns I made in the parking lot were not hard tight turns but were gradually increased in tightness and speed. This to could be a contributing factor. However the quick jolts I did on the freeway were just that quick jolts.Originally posted by nsx4fun:
With exception of Star Trek inertial dampers, it is impossible for you to go around a corner and have no force act upon your body. Why it felt this way to you is beyond me, I obvioulsy don't know what you were smoking that day. But try this, put a tennis ball on the dash or a cup of coffee and go do some tight figure 8's at 60mph. If the tennis ball stays put (and you didn't wedge it or glue it and the coffee doesn't spill, I will say that is one helluva car or the radius of your turns is so gradual that of course you didn't feel a thing.
Oops, my circuit is done simulating, gotta go work.