I’m about to take my new (to me) SE30 out to VIR for it’s maiden (to me) voyage. The rear subframe is still stock with no sort of toe correction, and I don’t have time to install anything before this weekend. What has me worried is that it’s toed out quite a bit and I anticipate that it’s going to be a handful.
I’m looking for things that I can do to offset the oversteer I’m fully expecting to have thanks to the rear toe-out. Here’s what I’m thinking, would really love to hear your opinion and any additional ideas:
- Rear spring pads are still installed, I should remove them.
- Friday is looking to be wet, so will disconnect rear sway bar
- Possibly keep it disconnected for the dry as well?
- Adjust rear tire pressures – not sure in what direction?
Any other ideas or suggestions?