Originally Posted by wrxlad
My Experience (for what it's worth) is that with a WRX you want to be seeking a neutral balance...maybe even towards oversteer to get the car rotating in sharp turns. I achieved this with a 28mm rear sway bar and stock front sway bar, but you can do it by putting a bit more air pressure in your rears or by stiffening the coilovers in the rear. When my car started rotating nicely it put a big smile on my face and moved me towards the top of the class.
I know I've already said this, but you have megans which allow you to slam your camber to a huge negative amount for free! so do it. Invest in an allen key that fits your coilover screws on top of your camber plates, then jack up your car and slam the front camber before your run. That will dial out a lot of understeer right there.
Thank you!! I think I have enough knowledge to work from now.