Only "rule of thumb" that I've noticed that works consistently is to have about 100grams on the RF in a 1cell car.
This is why I hate to suggest a particular number, as opposed to
We don't know if his total weight was with body or without, if it was without,
his car is heavier than Kevin's, I'd bet.
If you do the calculations using 67's 34.7 oz. weight, for his RF to be 111 g,
his LF would have to be ~330, and both rears would be ~275....
That ain't gonna work.
Personally, it appears that one, or more of your corner weights, 67, are not
accurate. OR the calculation was off.
When I use your 34.7 total, and your side/rear percentages, I come up with
around 51% cross weight. Not 46%.
34.7oz x .0352 = 985g
985 x .62 x .45 = 274 985 x .38 x .45 = 168
985 x .62 x .55 = 335 985 x .38 x .55 = 205
335 + 168 = 503
503 / 985 = .51
So make sure that there are no binds in the front or rear,
and weigh your car again.
then move your scales around a time or two, and see if your results
They probly will not be exact, but they should be close.