I've seen better sundials.....
slicks can be tricky with smaller engined manual cars. You need lots of torque to keep it planted and hooked up. The see-saw bouncing is all in the tyre sidewall, so you'll struggle to dial it out with 4 link and shock adjustments. Running a stiffer sidewall tyre like you have or more pressure in the slicks should help but its a fine balancing act between traction and wheel speed. It's a moving target based on track temp and prep levels but it helps to collect and record data from your clean full pass runs if you don't already, basic stuff like ambient temp, track temp, tyre pressure, shock settings etc.Yes Robert, the pic is of the car bouncing around on slicks, but with the 888s on it was fast and smooth.