I would consider myself a 1/2 way decent car builder/ tuner…however… I still have plenty more to learn from you fine folks that are far better than I. My learning is the reason for this post as I have a question for you folks. This topic is about correcting on power tire spin… basically spinning the tires when accelerating (on the gas pedal). I FULLY UNDERSTAND that throttle control is the MAIN thing one can do in order to prevent tire spin & I have/ utilize throttle control at all times. I also run w/o any assists.
I’ve been successful at correcting on power tire spin by adjusting the ACCEL Differential up or down. For a really stubborn car I will also try to adjust out on power tire spin by lowering rear spring rate, raising the rear ride height, raising the front bump, & lowering the rear bump.
What is your guy’s steps in correcting on power tire spin? Also, does changing the transmission on a RWD help… basically switching from stock to sport or race?
Thanks in advance for any & all guidance!