Ill have it checked out. Just seems odd, uphill ski on right hand turns, no issue left, and right ski at speed running strait. Maybe my right leg is shorter than my left? Idk, I wouldn't call it dangerous but its something that gets me into minor trouble at times and I have to stay aware of it to the point that I want to rectify the situation either through mechanical or physical adjustment
After going over your posts, Jason, I'm rethinking this. There may be a technical issue with your skiing that is causing your issue.
You say you open up (straighten) your downhill leg to start a turn. That means it was closed/bent at the end of your old turn.
In addition, you say you "transfer weight to the uphill ski" as you stand up on that downhill ski, and then you ride it around.
Correct me if I'm wrong: This means that when you end a left turn, you're crouched down on that downhill/right leg. As you start the new right turn, you straighten out your downhill/right leg, shift weight to your uphill/left ski, and ride that left ski around. As you do this, you lessen the weight you have on the right ski. You say that this is when your right ski misbehaves, along with straight runs.
I have some questions for you.
1. Do the tips threaten to cross as you begin the right turn? (converging tips)
2. Does the right ski's tip point more to the right than the left ski? (diverging tips) (I think this is it from one of your posts, but I'm not sure.)
3. Does the misbehaving right ski point left then right then left again, wobbling back and forth as if not connected to the snow?
4. Do a long long straight run on nicely groomed beginner terrain down near the lodge; no turns allowed. Does that right ski misbehave if you're just going straight down a beginner slope? If yes, just exactly what does it do? Diverge, converge, or both back and forth?
(By the way, you could use a lesson. The turn initiation you are using will hold you back.)