Hey guys so I finally got my car out to the track and the car did pretty good. One thing I noticed is when the car launches and is going down the track the front tires have a lot of positive camber (top of the tires out \=/). When I see pictures and other cars going down the track they stay straight or have negative camber. On level ground just sitting the camber is bang on. Around -1degeree Also is there a such thing as too much shock travel. I have 90/10s up front that don't fit the greatest anymore since the car has been lowered alot more since I bought them. So they now have a hole bunch of extension in them and not too much compression left. I will be replacing them with some Vikings next month. Btw the car ran 11.6 at 115 N/A off the trailer .Didn't even adjust the rear shocks or the caltracs. Foot braking and leaving at only 2200 rpm. At 3700ft alt. unfortunately the 2nd pass I snapped the throttle cable. It was honestly better then we expected for a first pass ever in the duster. Car is set up for nitrous and can't wait to spray it now. Lol. Thanks guys hopefully I'm making some sense.