Originally Posted by Kensei
I studied the instruction.
Is this with or without anti-roll-bars on?
Is this with rubber tyres or better with metal setup wheels?
Without anti roll bars and preferably with a set of setup wheels.
Also make sure everything is leveled, especially the two scales.
This is what is posted in the electric thread:
For balancing out the car by using weights I wouldn't suggest putting the car on four scales but one axle on the scales and one on a Hudy pin.
This eliminates the variables like chassis straightness which can cause a false reading.
If you want to do it perfectly you should also replace the shocks with a set of turnbuckles.
First you will dial in the left/right balance on both axles and then the front/rear balance.
When you set it up like this and build your shocks properly you don't have to balance out the car by changing the spring preload. This gives you a very good handling car.