We have been getting this car out to track days trying to get the suspension dialed in but have been not getting very far with it.
I was told that we should get these things sorted in this order
1. Spring rates
2. Bar stiffness
3. Shock damping
So, we have been working on getting the car to feel "neutral" on those long sweeping turns and it keeps pushing and we keep adding stiffer front springs. It keeps getting better the stiffer we go so far. We are at -4 camber 3/16 toe out and we are still getting wear on the outside edge of tire too...
We are up to 1500's up front now and the front still feels soft & car still pushes. I had to turn down the shock perches to fit a 2.25" spring since I maxed out 2.5" spring stiffness.
So I guess my question is....
What is the correct way to dial in front & rear spring stiffness when testing at the track?
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