hi jefferylin: I did a ton of stuff and ill try and list it in order of what i did.
1) I swapped the springs around so that they were gold longs on rear and black longs in front
2) I flattened the front sway bar
3) 1 mm front droop 4 mm rear droop
4) Stood the shocks up but it didnt make it better and laid them down and that helped more.
5) went to 10k rear diff oil.
6) set rear toe to 1.5 degrees
7) rear camber 2.5 L/R
6) changed to 63 rear 37 and 60 front 37 shores/tire size. I also found that the car became much more responsive as the tires wore a bit smaller so with rear under 61 and front under 59 it was at its best.
7) adjusted rear ride height to 5 mm with above tire sizes, front 3.5 mm
8) used slight neutral brake drag.
9) changed to silver soft long springs front.
With each change the car became more responsive and in the end has become very lively. I am going to reset rear camber and toe a bit higher to settle it down a tiny bit aswell as a touch less brake drag, but it is very nice to know that I have been able to go a bit to far and settling the rear down will be easy to do now.
Unfortunately i was bitten by a rooky who had decided to stand in the pit lane and lean out onto the track and fix his car as it sat in the fastest front straight groove. It is the one blind part on the track as it is directly below the drivers stand and I smoked him full throtle to see a shower of parts emerge from the other side...... . The fw-05 is a warrior though! As i got to my apparantly totalled car I realised that the only damage was a steering rod popped off and a bent dog bone.
. His damage was a completely torn to shreds entire rear end. So he learned his leason and my car emerged. I am always amazed at how this carcan take bumps and (in this case full speed into a still car) crashes and not tweak the settings. I love it!