Originally posted by Scrad
If I run heavier oil then it would hook up worse correct. You want lighter oil and springs to make the car hook up. It could be rolling too much though... My droop is the same as when you build the car.
Anyone run the Sorex 24s on carpet?
If I can try to analyze the problem just a touch -
With weight transferring forward (braking) you're fine.
With weight transferring back (off brakes and on throttle) you're oversteering.
It may be that you're transferring weight to the rear faster than your tires and suspension can handle, thus breaking you loose.
Try putting a bit thicker oil in the rear. Oil only controls the SPEED of weight transfer, the springs control the amount, so if you want to slow the weight transfer down a touch, thicken the oil and you shouldn't transfer weight back so quickly and you should, hopefully, get a bit more control back there.
Tell me if my reasoning sounds, ummm, reasonable!