hiour track just legalized the short wheelbased 4th gen camaro, so i'm running one. I've got a 600lb RF, 550 LF, 250 RR and 200 LR, neutral set 1 inch swaybar, 52% front, 45% cross (seems to like this, even though it is still really tight. 55% left side w/driver and full tank.Iwas wondering if anyone has ever set one of these cars up and might have some insight. Right now the car is really tight at the apex and loose off the corners. the way the car is right now, it sits with 1025 LBS on the left front, and abour 760 on the other three. however after a race, that tire isn't really that warm, so I think all the wieght is transfered off of it. I'm thinking more spring rate in the right rear will keep the car from "rocking" over the RF/LR diagonal and keep some load on the left front. this is furthered by the fact that adding shims (no wieght jacks allowed) to the RR spring seemed to help quite a bit. thanks!
I run a couple of these cars in different divisions, the first one i built is more of a stock division, i like it with 350s in front and 175 to 200 in rear 1 3/8 bar. but the problem we have is the rear end gets loose as soon as u get to end of straight away. car car be pushing off track tight but still snaps loose at end of shoot. I googled it found some auto cross fourms that say the same thing, it's too bad cause the car is fast i can deal with it and run down most anybody... but it's my wifes and she can't handle that so will be returning to a 3rd gen
however i built a 99 camaro(same type of car 4th gen) we are allowed lead and jacking boltsand so on. i run 120s in front a 550 full of rubbers in rr and a 175 in left rear, i have a spoiler rear weight track tires and camber, that one goes perfect, i love it and is so easy to drive turns perfect, hooks up great. you are the first that i've found to go down the road I did lol. good luck