After some trial and error, Jarvis ended up putting two additional rounds (one complete revolution of the shock adjustment collar) of tension in the right-front and left-rear. This effectively removed weight from the left-front and right-rear of the car. The final corner weights were as follows. Left-front: 1,069. Right-front: 991. Left-rear: 815. Right-rear: 773. As this example illustrates, adding tension to one corner of a car (right-front) and its diagonal opposite (left-rear) increases the weight over those corners, while reducing weight over the other ends of the car (left-front, right-rear). Overall, these collective changes shifted front/rear weight distribution percentages from 58/42 to 56/44, and left-to-right bias from 53/47 to 52/48.