Hey Chris; you are going to have to slow down for me. Im am in a real bad spot. I am getting ready to move, everything is packed up and I will not have a shop set up for quite a while. I am having this new wave of potential customers looking for kits because "some guy" is killing 'em at Ripon with an MS2.2. My hands are tired here. I can't meet the demands. So do me a favor and sandbag just a little until I get back on my feet.
Actually Chris, I am very pleased to hear that the car is doing so well outside. It sounds like you are having a blast with it and that's what this is all about. If you go up on the block, it will reduce camber gain and reduce some steering in the corner. It's easy to change, just remember to re-set your camber when you go up or down.
The battery slots on the chassis are long, so that the bat's can be slid forward or backwards to adjust weight bias. Using longer cells should not be any problem at all.
The 2.3 updates have gelled and will be ready late this summer or early fall. Basically, the updates will be steering stops to reduce wheel chipping and improved front tire diameter range. I still may consider using the IRS rear lower pod plate in conjunction with the Asc lower plate to gain the ability to change wheel base easily. It will give a 3mm change, but I have not found that shorter is benificial. But the option could still be there if someone wants to try it.
There is also a "project x" car that might make the MS2.3 look conventional. Guarenteed, this will not be a cost effective car and will have more customized parts then common sence. It will definitely take molded carbon fiber to a whole new level (at least at my end). I am not ready to spill the beans on this design just yet, but rest assured that it will be tested locally in the Northwest.
My email and website will remain the same even though I am relocating. Sorry the website is stagnant, just way too many things to do that are more important right now.