Originally Posted by spurgear
Ran the car last weekend and these are the changes. Removed the solid front and installed a new front diff with 50,000 oil. Installed the rear roll bar. Car has no tweak. Three degrees rear toe and camber. Clutch gap is set to 0.5 and spring is gold with 1.5mm of tension. Here is a video link of the car and u can clearly see what is happening at 3:07
It seems like the engine is tuned badly. But u can see the handling problems clearly. Here are two pics. One of the rear left tyre
and the rear right tyre.
So the problem is still there but on a much smaller scale and the extreme tyre wear is still unexplained. Those tyres were brand new before testing.
After looking at the track, you have twice more turns to the right than to the left. Thus, the left side of the car's tires will be worn out more. The reason why such a radical difference is because of your loose setting. When you have fixed your loose setting you'll notice that the difference left-right should be minimum.
By the looks of the video, it looks like its a parking lot, therefore the traction would be somewhat medium. I'd suggest going 500cst weight on the shocks, (Stock Serpent is about 620ish), using blue upfront and yellow rear (old spring code). And 10k in the rear diff and 100k in the front diff.
Also, be sure your whole suspension is not binding, you can have Morganti's setup in your car, but if you have a mechanical failure, such as binding, or an unscrewed pulley, you arent getting anywhere.
Also, another thing to look at is the track width, I 99% of the time ran 199mm front and 200mm rear. Going to 199mm up front, I had to shave the half moon on the arms to be free of binding. Going anything narrower than 199, you'll have to probably shave something off the CVD/dog bone.
I have also found that tire split plays a huge component in setting. From 2mm split to 1mm split, the difference in "feel" of the car is huge.
I think it'd be easier if you just took a setup sheet filled it out and post it here. Then we might tell you where you can get the grip your looking for.