So after taking all those pics and going over all those tips and tricks. I still haven't solved my problem 100%
The truck still leans towards one side, regardless of trim.
After I replaced, not one, but TWO missing screws from the same, I want to call it a shaft. It's the screw that goes into the skid plate, and the really hard to reach hole, in between all the servo boxes and wires. It is part of the steering assembly, and, atleast while loose, does not give the servo enough leverage to steer correctly.
Now that I have those screws replaced, I am in better shape. I suppose a new servo would just improve my performance even more. But it's a little bit more drivable, it will turn to the other side more sharply than before, but still not nearly as sharply as it does to the left.
Any other suggestions? Anyone want to donate me a upgraded servo XD
Also with all that tuning, the bugger really gets up and GOES. I don't think I can quite get it to wheelie, that's probably not going to happen without stiffer shocks, and probably that tuned pipe everyone keeps telling me to buy. But if I give it lots of throttle once it's in 2nd gear it'll REALLY get moving, much faster than before. So thank you for all the suggestions.