Just curious, how long does it take you to paint one of those cars? It is very easy to over steer a car with such a low steering ratio. Caster is used to provide directional steering stability. The higher the caster stagger, the less steering effort required. Use the front sway bar to fine tune that. I can't get over the level of detail that you have in them! The springs determine how much weight is transferred to each corner of the car. Front sway bar too soft.
Depending on your setup that might not be the case. So tire pressure actually reacts like a spring. This will smooth out your acceleration and make it less likely for your vehicle to break traction. When you change the differential ratio, you change all the final drive ratios together proportionally. The Front bias can be adjusted by clicking the weight bias tab on the garage screen. Another factor that must be considered when dealing with front bias is Fuel. The hotter the weather the less tape you can use.
On a high banked high speed track like Talladega, you'll probably want to run the minimum spoiler angle since down force isn't as critical. Run 10 laps, adjust front cambers. When discussing shock tuning in depth, a basic understanding of dynamic weight transfer and its effect on tire loadings is necessary. Your drivetrain should be tunable or tweak-able to allow you to get both speed and take off. Rear Spoiler: I use 70 degrees everywhere except at Atlanta, Lowes, and Michigan. Another method is to load the gear lever with your hand, stay flat on the throttle and dab the clutch to release the dog ring.
Many times by simply curing your corner entry problems, you'll cure your middle or exiting problems. Adjustments in other areas may be needed first before you see some of the changes indicated below in certain areas. Track bar on right side is too low. An overall softer spring package is usually preferred over a stiffer setup. In fact, every single thing you adjust on a race car is for the benefit of the tires. Just the opposite would be true when a higher gear ratio is required. I've included two setup sheets with this guide to help track your chassis adjustments.
Too high a differential ratio will result in running higher rpms. Look for overheated or overworked tire. Use this information to the best of your advantage to better understand the concept behind reading tire temperatures. Must have all four Shocks. I have them on some cars and not on others. I saw a youtube video where a rockcrawler and a 4x4 slash did a tug of war and the way the crawler was geared it easly pulled the slash 4x4 where it wanted. In all cases, changes that decrease the rear number make the car tighter and increasing the rear number makes the car looser in the turns.
When analyzing tire temperatures it should be done in a specific order. I had just begun designing a low cost christmas tree for a local dirt drag track. The lower your ride height, the lower your center of gravity. All will help to tighten the chassis. The right side of the car is the passenger side. The next section talks about the chassis adjustments I may make and the order I make them. Between all the weight adjustments allowed, this one is the easiest to figure out.
The same goes with the intermediate setup before graduating to the fast. Chassis will loosen up from the middle out. No matter what you call it, increasing the Front % and decreasing the Rear % will tend to create a larger steering wheel angle and typically result in a mid turn push. You must watch your tach when changing gear ratios. Perfect tire temperatures equals the maximum traction you could attain.
The sway bar is measured by the thickness or diameter of the bar. Although a better trade-off would be just to even up the caster allowing you to brake harder without causing the car to pull to the side with the least amount of caster. Good suspension is key to keeping a vehicle grounded and under control. More down force will make the front of the car turn into the corner quicker. This measurement can change from cold to hot conditions just like the pressure. Successful up-shifting, defined as fast and non dog-damaging will be achieved by fully moving the dog ring as rapidly as possible from one gear to the next, preferably with the engine's driving load removed until the shift is completed. Generally speaking, the larger the bar the less the body roll up front.