10-17-2003, 08:56 AM
Join Date: Oct 2003
Location: Sheffield, UK
Try one after the other (not all on the same run) the following :
- Higher rear anti roll bar (I'd go for the blue or the world one),
- adding spacers under the rear turnbuckle on the bulkhead side,
- adding anti dive by adding a spacer (0.7 mm for example) under the rear front suspension mount (so you'd get 1,4 mm under it, also recommended if track is bumpy),
- adding rear toe-in (you did not say how much you have, I guess 2° overall, beware of overheating your tires, ie : if they scream they're too hot, then lower the rear toe in),
- stiffer rear springs (go for the yellow),
- shock location inner on the shock mount,
- less toe in / more toe out (depends on what you have) on front.
As you can see, there are lot of ways to give more traction to the rear, and I did not listed all of them.
I must add, be careful about tweaking on this chassis, as it is very stiff, if tweaked it will have strange reactions. The same occurs when the left/right rebound is not the same.
Anyway, I love that car, gonna get it back to race right now, as my SD is waiting for spares to get back onto racing...