Unfortunately, I never dabbled in suspension tuning even though I'm a mechanical engineer. For my FSAE car in college I was the team leader and engine guy.@Hank , why have the suspension settings changed so drastically on the compression side of the fronts? I ask due to you being very close to closed which will always create very severe spiking in the transitional phase of low speed damping to main piston flow in the shim stack. The MCS system you use has an internal free bleed low speed parabolic designed needle for flow restraints, all pressure after flow choke bypasses to main. I dont know for sure whether they use asymmetrical valves( i hope they do) whereas again we have an issue when low speed rebound is needed as the same free bleed does both function on most dampers. Sorry suspension dork and always wanna know info. lol
The settings that you see for my MCS TT1 suspension were starting suggestions from Vorshlag Motorsports. I guess you could say that I learned to drive my RS with these settings. The only times I have changed the shock settings are when I drive on the street (9 clicks front/rear) as opposed to racing (15 clicks front, 9 clicks rear). These are both out of 18 clicks of adjustment.
I'm always open for feedback. I just don't have a background to defend one side or the other for this type of discussion.