OK, I need some advice for Sunday. I'll be racing at Stonehaven, a very big track.
19t's will be using all of the track in the first picture then cutting away from the main straight to go along the darker sections of tarmac in the right hand picture and back onto the main track at the bottom of the second picture.
The large corner before the straight is banked, how do you SoCal guys deal with your banked corner? keep it tight all the way around? does it upset setups a little?
I'm pretty sure I'm going to have to reduce he front end grip I'm getting, thats easily solved by moving the front upper shock mounts back in towards the standard hole. I think I may still suffer from a rear end thats not totaly stable unless I'm on the throttle atleast a third. I have the option to put the kit rear hubs on to get another 1 degree toe in but I don't want to be scrubing speed on this track, it's about as big as they come
The rear diff doesn't seem that tight but I can easily do donuts from a standstill. I'll probably note down my setup on a sheet tomorrow. Basics off the top of my head are-
1 degree front toe out
2.8 rear toe in
camber 1-1.5 all round, probably more at rear than front.
standard turnbuckle links
rear shocks on furthest out usable holes top and bottom and using kit springs.
front shocks inner holes at bottom, one out from kit at top and using Lab Pink's which are roughly the same as one step up in Alex Racing springs.
using CS27's and CS22's with supplied insirts.