jkerr-Its when the car enters the turn and starts to take a set then looses that set and steers again to regain the set to finish off the corner. LST Shocks-There are no plans to put bleeders on our current racing shocks.
lazyboy-What size are your tires and what droop are you running??
gearless-Well when you are too soft on springs the car will just roll over and get stuck in the turn. When you are too stiff the car will be too responsive around steering center and will not turn then center of the turn. You can see it just not roll over in the turn when it is too stiff.
RichO- 1) Yea I have told them about this many times and they just did not want to change it
2)Yes I still mount it in front of the motor. This gives the car a better forward to back balance and a better side to side balance.
3)I have been setting my camber with the Hudy setup system.
4)Take off rear bumper(saves about 1/4 ounce). Do not run battery strap(saves 1/2 ounce). Use aluminum screws throughout the whole car except in shock mounting locations. Of course run all graphite parts. Use titanium hinge pins.
Brian-Give Trinity a call....maybe they can point you in the right direction.