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I haven't ruled them out - I am awaiting to test them further. However I have however given suggestible reasons as to why these may not be the case.

Discs - The brakes are not biting, there is no pull from the brakes in any which way whatsoever. This also goes for the brake pads.

Wheel bearings - I am genuinely unsure on, however I need to diagnose this further to rule this one out.

Torque steer would be possible if the slip was to the drivers side (Shorter driveshaft), but this is not the case. Under heavy acceleration the car does pull to the right, this is torque steering. Torque steer tends not to happen when driving at a continuous speed.

Hope that's cleared up!
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