I also run on a fairly small tight track and I find that I have more than enough steering. In fact, I had to go with a stiffer front spring.
I'm running the stock setup wih the following changes:
Grey(stiffer) front springs
Front diff with 10,000 oil
Rear diff with 5000 oil
"C" roll center blocks
Long rear camber links
0.5 deg. rear camber
BTW, i'm using rubber tires(Sorex 40R).
Check your servo saver spring tension or your up-stop setting. The servo saver, if set loose, may "give" not allowing enough steering throw. The up-stop setting, if set too much, may not allow full suspension compression thus reducing steering.
A High idle/neutral throttle or a clutch that engages too early can reduce steering in tight turns also.
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Last edited by FREAKAH; 05-10-2003 at 01:26 AM.