Originally Posted by Burlap
I might try out the C-A setup this weekend and report its results on Monday. The front one way doesn't bind with that toe block setup, so might be another option for people wanting to run the one way on their 415 without having to change the outdrives.
Ok, not Monday, but still Sunday here.
Gave the car a run today at the races with the short arms.
Car has tons more grip than with the longer arms. Also not as twitchy under power (although only running Stock, so YMMV). That much grip it pretty well cooked my tyres in not too hot conditions.
Car seemed a lot smoother with the suspension change. Sure there might be a placebo effect, but even co drivers noticed the changes with my car. And the short arms are a hell of a lot more stronger than the long ones. I got punted into a corner with a wood barrier, and the car bounced off, no broken front arm.
I highly recommend the short arm setup. Here are the toeblocks I used
Front: 1B-1A (the bridge 1A block, which came on the original 415)
Rear: 1XA-1D (2.5 deg Toe in)
Running 42mm outdrives on the front with the one way, as the 46mm bind up.