Hi paul iam from the UK.
Happy new year to you also.
I am very interested in set ups to quite a deep level IMHO.
My question to you though is almost every so called set up guide i read it always talks about weight transfere and how that produces grip or using weight transfere to balance a car out.
Now the way these *guides* sound is that more weight transere equals more grip,upto a certain point if you go too far.
Now my question to you is how do you know wether you gone too far one way or too far the other.
also i would say from my own personal experiance and also by yours by the sounds of it,that using the guide theory actually does the opposit.
if your car is producing too much grip,or even if your racing indoors carpet and the grip comes right up alot what sort of changes do you make?
if the cars grip rolling i would in most cases try using a softer spring all round on just on the front.
if the car is grip rolling bad id probably go softer all round,if its only like ,starting to go,then prob just up front.
what is YOUR opinion on this?
Iam not too fond of set-up guides as they can be missleading,i think you just gotta go to a track and get the car how it feels and rives for you.
also when you go to different tracks do you have like a starting set-up,for different track types,eg carpet ,asphelt etc.
i know its alot of questions but it will help alot.