Depends on rules at your track.
If it is all Tamiya then start with:
M-grips radial at the rear and S-grips at the front.
Red springs at the rear and white hard at the front.
I use 400 oil from Tamiya in the shocks with 3 holes at the rear and 600 at the front.
No toe in at the front but neutral or 0.5 /1 degrees toe out.
I myself don't use the toe in rear hubs but have them at 0 degrees.
Ride hight front at 5 mm and at the rear 6mm.
If you use the gear diff then put some AW grease in there.
It has almost the same effects as a ball diff and with less hassle that it rips the spline's of the diff cups
Try to put all electronics inside the chassis as it lowers the centrall point of gravity and that helps a lot.
Ps this is my setup at a asphakt track we run here with med to high grip.
Originally Posted by Bodywerx_rc
Any one have a good asphalt set-up?