I know how to check droop with my ride height gauge. You pull up on the rear or front of the car and keep sliding it under right before the wheels lift off the ground. The number the chassis is at right before they lift is your Droop correct?
I just checked it agian and the screws are not out as far as I thought they were from the others, sure one is a a couple are a bit more but it looks good.
He also taught me and showed me and checked my Tweak, he lifts up on one end and if that is heavier than the other one you adjust it by the shocks (criss cross). All the weight on my car is equal and also it is perfectly balanced thus the Hudy proving it. Even though my ride height is a bit higher I don't think it will hurt me too much.
Im using the correct (new, smaller) shock bottoms on all of the shocks, and same weight oil, chassis screws, etc..so everything is equal. When I built the shocks they seemed to also have the same, or pretty damn close rebound as the one next to it.
I will learn more and more. I have everything I need to learn, and this is just my first car I played with setting up and tweak, and all this good stuff. I tired with my FT TC4 but it just didn't want to help me out, I even had fast guys try to help that sorry piece of a thing they call a car but it was crap.
Tomorrow I drive.