On this one I am using Jacks setup and had to go up one gear to a 6 speed. The car just doesn't have quite enough torque to accelerate through the turns w/ the taller gears so I had to go w/ the 6 speed. The main reason I do this is to quiet the car down and take it to the point that it just has enough torque to barely break the tires loose thusly taking the acceleration of the car to the edge of stability. Keeping the car calm under acceleration is important to determin how the car is handling so it shows the cars short falls and not something the driver is doing is causing the problem.
I tried a 4 speed but it wasn't quick enough, the 5 speed needed more torque so the 6 speed was the right call and handled short shifting up right before the exit of the turn to show the torque on escape.
Weight Balance 54/46 (Removed the sand bag out of the trunk, Jacks setup was for a pusher)
Trany Trick, then
Final Gear (2881)
Top Speed (All the way to the left)