Originally Posted by Texas Postman
I'm curious, about what you mean..."tighten up the front." Shocks-up...down...tighten-up the spring tension...stiffer spring rates?????
Sorry about the term still learning touring cars but stiffer springs up front and the softest in the rear, I was using the 3racing 6.0 which are their softest in the spring kit they have and 5.5 in front but went to 4.75 in front. Changing spring rates is the fastest way to see what your car is doing on the track, that or moving the placement of your shock position. I raced recently on carpet and had my rear shock position 2 holes from the bottom and she started to really feel planted then also moved the fronts almost straight up and it got way better but I will say this that I had sway bars on and they were set at a medium position and stiff up front and soft in the rear.
Believe it or not, I ran asphalt last weekend and it worked on our track and felt better than every thing else I've tried. I'm really new to touring and it's waaay different than 1/12 scale pan and 1/8 nitro so touring really has me going in a mad scientist kinda way to find the right comb to work.
Hope this helps in any way.