Ever since I've had this car, I've always felt like the steering has been off. I've also had some drifting issues corrected by the dealership. The first reported issue, under 4k miles, was fixed with an alignment. The 2nd issue was a tire pressure issue that made me feel idiotic for taking the car into the dealership, around 10k miles. I 'thought' I had checked the tire PSI. Even when the issues were 'fixed,' something still always felt off with the wheel and I feel like I make constant adjustments when I drive.
It wasn't until over the winter time that I realized exactly what the car is doing. When I turn the wheel to the right, while moving, the wheel is noticeably more resistant when I turn to the left. This is especially noticeable during long sweeping daily driving turns. It really feels like the car doesn't want to turn right, but it will turn left very easily. This feel is slightly more heightened now with my RCE yellow springs and 265 tires.
I'd love to take it into Subaru, but I have a strong feeling they're going to tell me two things:
1) We don't notice it. (the usual answer)
2) It's because of your aftermarket spring/tire/wheel setup (which has been on for less than a month)
I held out on taking the car to the dealership again prior to the spring installation, because I thought a professional alignment from a good alignment shop would fix it, but it did not. I told the shop about the issue and they said they couldn't see anything wrong with the suspension, but I'm not too sure how hard they looked. I'm looking for anyone who has any ideas of what might be causing this problem or how to go about getting this taken care of? I am aware that fixing this may come out of my pocket, due to the aforementioned mods.