are some setup "ranges" like "white-yellow" springs
or "hubs middle-back" type of a thing. What that means is to
consider trying the changes within the range(s) first before moving onto
other changes, they should be all you need from track to track to get
the car balanced depending on it's grip level and type.
***The dogbones can give more steering on higher bite tracks and be better in bumps on rougher tracks as they will slide over/not catch ruts as bad as cvd's do. Moving the battery back .050-.100" is great to get a little bit more rear grip and make the car react faster. On tracks like SRS/Hot Rod try changing the rear shocks to (#2-outside, white, zero limiting + unscrew shocks 1 turn, 667 piston, 20wt oil).