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Jones: If you have buggy shocks on it, use associated buggy springs: Start with golds on all 4 corners. #2 pistons in the front, #3 in the rear w/ 35 wt. oil. If the track is really loose, get a pair of 1 degree rear toe in suspension mounts as well...
25 degree caster both sides, 0 camber on all 4 to start...
Set the ride height so the rear arms are level, (parallel with the ground) with a motor, battery, etc. installed. Then set the front ride height so the chassis is level front to rear. Make sure you have the car "sitting into" the shock travel a little, so the suspension can go up or down while sitting at ride height. This should be a good starting setup, see what the car does from there...

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