Any guidelines for setting up a GT for a tight track?
I got a really short, loose and tight track around here, with no major jumps, and in stock form, the RC10GT has huge amounts of steering push on power - it just doesn't steer, but understeers badly.
What can I do to overcome this? Is shortening the suspension a common step for GT racers? They seem way too long considering the smooth nature of the track, just allowing excessive roll and pitch, inducing weight transfers.
I've currently shortened both ends using internal spaces so the a-arms are almost parallel to the ground, and installed stiffer rear springs (gold) along with 30wt oil. I run silver ones in the front. Haven't tested this setup yet, though.
Any insight would be nice!