Since you have the ability to mix and match parts to a limited degree, wouldn't it be more productive to ask the question "what moment centers, roll center, camber change rate and ackerman effect would be best for the tire size, vehicle weight, etc. you are trying to get around the racetrack fast. This front end geometry 'sweet spot" is what you are trying to acheive. With this kind of objective determined, it is then easier to take the dimensions of the components you are trying to use and plug them into the "geometry analyzer" to predict result. This is not a ridicule by any means of efforts to learn better how to win, but rather the voice of experience talking when a couple of decades of cut and try in this arena were required to get a excellent handle on the specific desired result. The software available today is so much better at the "what if?" of front suspension design than any amount of chalk drawings on the floor or any literal cut, weld and try type of effort. Had this software been available twenty five years ago, I would have saved enough soapstone, stringlines, grind dics, welding wire and abacus beads to build a fleet of Winston Cup cars. Keep moving forward, your headed in the right direction!