Originally Posted by M3SQRD
I'd try changing the rake so the rear is 0.25-0.5" higher than the front (start at 0.25" and then increase to 0.5"). Dropping the rear ride height relative to the front (or increasing front relative to rear) will increase steady-state understeer. Depending on your current ride heights, if possible, I'd start by lowering the front first before raising the rear (i.e., always initially start working on the end with the issue because it will help to increase overall grip).
Thanks for the info. The problem is I just got the damn thing aligned and I know dropping it .25" will toe out a good bit. Is there any way dropping it that amount would still be an acceptable amount of toe?