What is your shock set up?
[QUOTE=Green Machine!]Steve "Slaydaddy" Can you give me your advice. I will be as detailed as possible to give you the tracksde perspective. I race at WCRC and OCRC. Hard packed clay type with some residual dust on the track. I am looking for on power steering without spinning around too much (mainly at the end of the straight, which is a left turn sweeper on one track and a right u-turn-ish on the other and an "s" turn before the first initial double) It launches, flies, and lands great with what I am using for shocks and springs. (the new proline dual spring system) I have black sway bars on both ends. Straight a way acceleration is "ok" but squirly from time to time if I don't line up perfectly on the straight. I am running 40wt in all shocks, 5K rear dif, 10K front diff, 100K center dif. Using Double dee's or Suburbs. Mainly your set-up on all the link and steering positions. I did try 4 degrese neg camber on the rear and neg 2 on the front last night and it seemed to get a tiny bit better. What would going down to a 50K center diff do? I'm sure its partially my driving and throttle control, and lack of track time, but I'm getting better and I have more time now than lately for practice. Thanks for your input.[/QUOTE]
What springs/oil/holes are you using with your prolines?