Originally Posted by speed6
Tried the droop already but in a section of the track it was spinning very easily.
Re Rear Rollcenter thats ho i used to run but the split between the rear and the front was getting to close to 1mm in between. Thought of running front white springs in order to incline them a bit more, use a front 1.0 roll bar with new system and raise a bit the rollcenter from the upper links.
I also thought of trying fronts 35 and rear 42 in order to keep the split of 2mm. Whats your though of running 3 shores less can it be done?
I don't think remaining the tire split all the way through a final is very important. Pretty much every driver I know ends up with smaller rear tires at the end of a final.
For example at the start of the final I will have a 3mm split but at the end the tires are almost equal in size or sometimes the fronts are bigger even.
It will change the balance somewhat through the final but that's not a bad thing.
If you raise the front rollcentre you will have less steering. If you want more grip at the front by changing the rollcentre you will have to lower the upper wishbones.
The white springs are very soft, they might make the car a bit lazy, or the car might even bottom out during braking.
Because you say the car doesn't really react to setup changes at the front I really think the rear rollcentre is set too low.
In qualifiers I've ran 30 shore fronts and 37 rears in the past to get that extra amount of steering on a dirty track but I don't think it's a good solution. Basically you mask chassis setup issues by using such a big split in shores.