I realized driving into work today that when I scaled my car to determine how much ballast I needed, that I had left the side windows in the car. I scaled the car with myself and 1-gal of gas and had enough ballast made to put me right at 2400. Without the windows I'll likely be a little under IF I roled in with only 1-gal of fuel left. That said, the chance of me rolling in with that little fuel is slim, as it would be sucking air in the corners. Should I add little more ballast or just let fuel do the trick?
Also, when setting up your cars' ride-height, corner balance and alignment, is it best to do so at Min. Weight or with more fuel on board? If more, how much?