OK guru's learn me on what adjustments are going to change either of these or both and by how much. My current setup has great on-throttle rotation. It's a good bit of fun in 2nd and 3rd and gets a little less agressive in 4th but still rototes nicely. I would like to keep on-throttle rotation just about where its at. Neutral / mid-corner the car has great peak grip but ultimately pushes. The car is built for track events but I welcome imput from the autoX pros as I am sure you guys have played with this particualr issue before.
On enrty and in transistions I am pretty happy with the car's behavior;
we can get the car as loose / tight as we want with steering angle and a little brake.
Rather than spending hours trying different adjustments out I figured that some of you folks might have some experiance with this particualr tradeoff.
Right now the car runs 12k springs F/R. 24mm front bar with -2.5 and 1/8 toe out. 20mm rear bar with -1.3 ish and 1/8 toe out. Front dampers are at a higher rate than the rear.
Currently I can adjust
Front: Ride hieght, dampers, camber (0 to -4), toe.
Rear: Ride height, dampers, bar (20 to 24), camber (0 to -3), toe.
Anyone have experiance tuning mid corner with out changing exit?