Originally Posted by gdcopbdcop
i can see here part of your problem lies...
#1: it looks like you have 1000 t gear diff oil. I never go belo 1500, I use mostly 2000 t.
#2: The first thing I would get is the 3 notch camber link plates. They are a different size than the 4 notch stock camber link plates, and really help the car.
#3: your rear camber link has 2 mm spacers under the ball. go to 2.5 mm spacers under the ball link. That alone will give you more rear traction.
#4: I would try using 400 wt oil in the rear.
#5: Try a blu 15lb spring in the rear.
#6: Probally your biggest problem is the droop. You have 4mm droop on the front and rear. Try 1 to 1.5 mm more droop under the front end then the rear end. You need the car to shift from front to back. The droop makes this happen.
Try those out, and get back to us.
Does anyone else have any other suggestions?
if I'm reading the setup sheet correct
you're running 50% rebound.
that is way too much...let the spring do the work.
I never run more than 10%, most of the time as close to zero as possible.
try the softest shocks first then work up.
also, as someone mentioned make sure the arms are falling under it's own weight...can easily bind if not placed on correctly.
Lot's of people trying to help ya...very nice to see....
My Mi5 has been very good since day one...run stock and mod...always had too much traction.