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Old 11-24-2011, 03:24 PM
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I think you will find when you reduce rear toe it will free up the rear end. Then you will need to find the balance you like for on power. I fall back to Hebert's latest super stock high grip carpet setup for a baseline. Alot depends on how much grip in the track of course.

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I have too much rear grip, especially off power. I've put on a harder rear roll bar, 14.5 rear spring, less front droop, more rear droop, moved rear shock out 1 hole, slightly stiffer rear shock oil, reduce rear toe in, forward 1 hole ackermann. Goop the whole front tyre. Funny enough none of the changes made much difference, if any.

I do have 6 degree caster block on, only cos they were the only ones I have as spares at the time. Should I go back to 4's?

What would be my next step, regarding roll center changes or any other changes? I don't have the correct length turnbuckles for front link changes though....

lengthen rear camber link?

I'm bit dumb with car setup
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