You asked for it. Here is my TQ set-up from the regional. Bumpy and slick parking lot track. Small in size but pretty quick and flowing.
Car is a standard V8 with no CEFX parts except for the bulkhead brace and front shock tower. Standard plastic, eccentric hubs with the bearings down all the way around.
Shocks: white springs, stock pistons, Losi 40wt oil, lowest hole on tower.
3 degrees camber to start, adjusted by wear, 1 degree toe out.
Flat sway bar.
Upper arm position up, no spacers under the deck.
Ackerman, bellcrank in the back hole, plate adjusted out (I think, need to look at it again)
Tires, Jaco 32's 66mm
Track width 253mm
Shocks: white springs, stock pistons, Losi 42.5 oil, one hole up from bottom on tower.
3 degrees camber to start, adjusted by wear, 3 degrees toe-in.
Optional adjustable bar full soft (blades flat, inner hole on arms)
Lower hinge pin position, full UP (this is the key)
Upper hinge pin position: My TQ run was with it down. Moved it up which settled the car down and made it easier to drive but was slower. Left it up for the main.
2mm spacer between upper arm outer ball and upright.
Track width, 261mm I think but need to measure to be sure.
Tires, Jaco 35's 71mm
Body, protoform 909 mounted at 21mm with Shepherd rear post extenders in their highest position. Gurney was pretty high, maybe 10mm.
Ok, it's a bit off the wall but if you want a car with really aggressive steering that still has good forward bite off the corner, give it a shot.