Dolly Sprint in action State side.
http://www.boston-bmwcca.org/results/20 ... ?event=523
Ned to work on minimising body roll. I currently run 400 lb front springs with a 24mm ARB, thinking maybe 600lb springs will be nice.
Is this your car?
Great video. The americans do use the term autocross for what we call autosolo. It's just a terminology thing.
You say you're going to stiffen the front, but it looks like the back end is too soft to me. It's understeering more often than not. You're often putting in a lot more steering angle than others and more than I'd expect to see.
Personally, I'd look at stiffening the rear up instead and bring some grip back to that front end, you'd have a spot more forward bite too, though a stiffer ARB might make it more predictable and less skitty. I'd introduce a bit more toe in aswell if there's room...just to improve turn-in.
It's hard to see from the video, but it looks at its worst under acceleration, which backs up the rear being too soft.
Anyway, you want to start bringing that back end round a bit better.
I used to do a spot of autosolo...did it in a 2.8i capri. My mate laughed but it turned out a very good 2nd place on my first outing. It's good fun for the money, I'd do it again but I'm not sure how the trans am will be received in the tiny courses we have here. lol
I may give it another go in the dolomite though.