The new reverse clutch works really well, it makes it much easier to steer the car by using the throttle. Since I'm mainly an 1/10 driver who is trying 1/8 for the first time this year I'm having the most trouble with deciding when to hit the gas and exit the corner in a controllable slide, right now the car is still rolling too much.
But this new clutch made it easier to hit the throttle sooner without overshooting the corner or having too much oversteer on the exit.
These are the settings I ended up with, on a low-medium traction track:
Spring preload: 0,55
I used the yellow shoe which comes with the new clutch set.
Also tested a modification to the rear end, replacing the upper wishbone with a set of track rods. This gives the car more traction and a more predictable feeling (no more snap oversteer) on bumpy and low traction tracks.
I used the standard plastic rollcentre brackets and drilled the rollcentre insert all the way through. This way you can mount a track rod to the bracket, I used a 4mm spacer to align the track rod.
More modifications/improvements will be posted soon.