Going from the stock 16” wheels to 17’s and having a increase in width (205/40-17) as recommended by Lorinser , is having negative effects with my TRACTION control kicking in more often, and as the temps drop , I’m noticing it even more (all season tires no less) I have them aired to stock 29 psi front and 36psi rears. My thinking is that having more volume in these tires is making my tires less sticky (harder than they need to be) to the pavement on such a light car . I’m planning on starting to air down a lb or two on each tire to see how the system handles the change . I think that allowing the tire to grip the road better will cut down on the traction control kicking in so much on turns that I’m familiar with and at the speed I’m going , it shouldn’t get funky . Thoughts ?