Markp27, I found this on MyRCWorld. This was a question from Tino Hall to Arturo Carbonell. You might want to add this to your 710 FAQ.
how and went to adjust what?
TINO HALL (US) 11.12.03 at 15:09
Is there a rule of thumb that you use when
adjusting a car's behavour to suit a particular track. Eg the back breaks loose during a a turn
here's what I'd like to know
1. Adding rear toe does what to the car
2. Adding more rear camber does what
3. Adding front toe out does what
4. Adding front camber does what
5. What does droop do for the car
6. Stiffening the sway bars does what
Re:how and went to adjust what Respond
ARTURO CARBONELL (US) 11.12.03 at 17:43
#1. Gives the car more traction under acceleration & braking.
#2. Gives the car more side traction in the corner.
#3. Gives the car more steering but is less stable.
#4. Gives more traction in the corners.
#5. On the rear less droop the car is more stable under braking.
On the front less droop the car is more stable under acceleration.
On the rear more droop helps the car turn in but is less stable.
On the front more droop helps the car turn under acceleration
But is less stable.
#6. Stiffening the rear bar will give you more steering in the corner
Stiffening the front bar will give you less steering in the corner.
PS: Remember everything is a compromise and every adjustment
Interact with the other.