I'll send you a link for some alignment options.
I had the opportunity to try running it both ways at a test-n-tune and like it fully off. I've been running with it all off for the last few events.
Starting out I would run in comp mode. Active Handling can really help you stay out of trouble until you get more comfortable. You'll know when you're ready to run nanny free :yeadog:
Pfadt's website has a list of alignment options to fit what you do with your car.
Mine is currently at -2 deg front and -1.5 rear on stock bushings. I've checked the tire temps and they're pretty even. No bad wearing on the shoulders, but I'm always moving the tires around and flipping them on the wheels too.
I jumped on the opportunity to co-drive with Scott Hurley in his '04 Z16. My only concern was being rusty having only autocrossed 3 times in the last year with only one event in a Z06 and the other two in my ITR.
I had two goals. One was to have fun and the other was to not finish DFL.
Me and Z06Phile went to play in Louisiana yesterday for the TLAC (trans louisiana autocross challenge) kinda like a tour, where all the LA regions come together to battle. well I mounted up some fresh Hoosiers and we went to see how we stack up against the best AXers Louisiana has to offer...
I am considering moving up tp ASP class in SCCA. I am considering the Vararam VRB2 w/powerduct or 2nd choice Callaway Honker. I have heard that because of the lenght of the VR in might not be as good as the stk system I have with only a K&N filter installed at the lower AX speeds. That it works...