Ottoman, sorry I couldn't make it- I tried!!!
If the traction goes up your car should start pushing. That's usally the case at any track. If or when it happens start going up in spring rate. You may end up with the same spring f/r. You can raise the roll center in the rear to loosen it up. I would say your first move should be to put the front shocks in the #2 (second from inside) hole and the rear in the #4 (next to outside). That will add some side bite to the front and take away some in the rear. If you are running a front swaybar you can go to the thinner one or take it loose on one side to get some more steering. Don't try to run too much droop either. The car will traction roll. About .5mm/1mm (fr/rr) of travel is all you want. If it still traction rolls take the tires down to 57.5mm and soften the edges when you true them. Remember to reset EVERYTHING when you cut the tires down smaller and recheck your math on the rollout (gear ratio). Reducing the rear toe will help the rear rotate some too, especially in stock. No need for rear toe in stock since forward traction isn't an issue. Just don't go below .5 degree per side.
Hope that helps some...
GOOD LUCK!!! And remember, you wasted your time and money if you didn't have fun!
Oh, if you need any help from a nice guy, find Dave Hill- he'll be running a Barracuda car and he has red hair. Skinny, too. Answers to the nickname "Jason's Pit Bitch" LMAO
Dave is a super guy and will help you with anything. The guy is smart and fast.