Hard to know what's right for you...
2nd and 3rd gears are too close together?
Maybe try 3rd at 4.56-ish, 4.04 or so in 4th, and 3.23 for 5th?
Maybe alittle less if a heavier car.
In general, try to run quicker shocks in front? So for instance, 3/3 front and 2/2 rear.
If you want to mess with shock settings, try working with rear rebound first and try to sync it up with the diff in coast.
You're way-out-there asymmetric springs are helping?
Its the Monza Oval?
Try working them back into balance?
Not sure how anti-roll bars like it.
Once you have all four wheels leaving the same straight skid marks at the same time under locked up braking, the car must be close to balanced under load. Otherwise, the front or rear would lock up first etc. Or when asymmetric, who knows? From then on, use the anti-roll bars only to adjust the car's capability to hold the widest arc thru a turn.
Edited by John Woods, Apr 29 2017 - 10:27 AM.