sure. my car was on rails, CRC front end + corally diff = win!
Rear part of the car:
I just love this new motor, the Reedy PT (mine is a 10x2), lacks down low torque which is great for pro12, and makes up for it with mid-end range torque. I lasted the last A main with it and my old battery pack only decided to take in 3300 charge
Was a medium sized track, I ran a 95 spur, with a 27 pinion.
I ran Pink corally rear tyres on the saturday qualifying. as the heat picked up I switched to some KAWADA rears which I had they just love the heat.
Soft t-bar, with the corally spacer cut up into washers, and I didn't use the middle screw for the t-bar for more rear grip.
I used the standard weight oil for the shock, but used a very soft spring to soften the rear even more.
used soft corally side damper fluid
Front part of the car:
I'm using the CRC pro-strut front end
CRC pro cut Magenta fronts, work great
1.5 degrees negative camber
All 3 caster washers to the back
Use the 10 Degree block
Slight toe out for a bit of corner entry aggression