Listen to me, stop making your front springs stiffer than your rear. Learn what the dampers actually do, and what the anti-roll bars do too. All the info is right there... next to the f'n sections. It says in plain english (which does not seem like its poorly translated from Japanese to English) That to encourage OVERSTEER to make your front springs softer than the rear. Your anti-roll bars? They only take care of body roll in a horizontal motion. It has nothing to do with vertical roll. That's what your springs and dampers are for. Dampers take care of how far the suspension travels. The stiffer you go, the lower you want your numbers to be. I see some of the most hairbraned tunes, and I use to be one of the people who listened to these "tuners". WTF I apologize if I hurt somebody's feelings, but the community is being taught to tune their cars to discourage over steer.