Originally Posted by sleepless
The flow chart assumes the car has:
- properly sized tires.
- racing oriented camber
- racing oriented suspension, like double adjustable dampers and adjustable sway bars
But, yes, removing the stagger is the first step. In my opinion, camber plates are next. That is all you need to get rid of the understeer.
Yup. Tires will probably have most significant impact per dollar amount you spend than any other modification.
But one important point re stagger is that you always want to ADD traction to the axle that lacks traction, and NOT removing traction from the axle that has "too much" traction... unless you are limited by tire sizes, regulations, etc.