I'm afraid I don't know. We are still developing Grover's ITS SE-R and haven't gotten anywhere near the point where we really need to get into that.Popeye said:How low do you need to go to get the rollcenter close to the ground, or just below? Thought you might know , and I wouldn't have to do the calculations.
Actually, in many ways things become a whole lot simpler. Once we get our race dampers made and installed, we'll go all the way to the legal drop limit (5" at the rocker panel - about a 3" drop). Then we'll use some seriously stiff springs to control camber and toe changes. This is exactly what they are doing in Speed Touring Cars. The engineering almost goes out the window. You end up forcing matters.
We'll end up playing with springs a bit and damper settings. The biggest thing we'll have to play with is swaybars.
Anyhow, I think a stiffer front (as opposed to no swaybar) is probably necessary for autocross simply for the transitions. But like I said, I don't autocross, so my thoughts are mostly theory.