Originally posted by OleC
So where do I start to free up the car in the turns without making it too unstable?
Try the following change all at once,
Anti squat rear at #6 (just to absorb some bumps better)
Front Camber Link #2 (make the lenght identical with rear so you get better balance in suspension geometery for both on and off throttle.. no surprise feeling).
Set Camber all same for equal tire wear (1.5 is a start)
Medium tight diff (75% locked)
If you play on permanent track (and technicall as mentioned), start with the following damping
55W (trinity/asso) all around
3 holes fixed piston all around, if using adjustable, start with 60W
Yellow springs in rear, for front 2 step higher (I believe is blue-green) which should give you about the same damping hardness between F/R.
Last one, but the most important to free up the car in the turns, make all upper camber link as parallel as possible (by adding shims on top of hubs) to its lower arms. This will gives positive value for camber as your body rolls which should give you flying on the air feeling when turning (because loosing traction). If too twichy, either use less dual rate or install F and R stabilizer or just use shorter upper camber link (to get quicker reaction/speed of angle changed) and slightly angled down inside (so that camber not change much while rolling).
Those are just my opinions...