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You only just got your car, according to your other posts. I'd suggest you learn to drive what you've got before you decide how you can improve it.
Most peoples' driving style is different and so optimal handling tweaks are rarely ever the same between people. For example, I prefer to go slow in, fast out so I want a car that pulls up hard and in a straight line, and I'll sacrifice some turn-in response to gain more traction on the way out (which is why I'm considering a 2-way LSD rather than a 1.5 way now). Some people would prefer to have a faster entry and pointier nose, and balance the car on the throttle on the exit.
There's nothing fundamentally wrong with the Z's handling, aside from its chronic understeer, so how you tune it depends on what you think is wrong with it.
As a suggestion, I would recommend running the same sized tyres all round to make the car more neutral (don't expect to use TCS or VDC though) and maybe a set of adjustable swaybars to have the car sitting flatter around corners and tuning the understeer/oversteer attitude of the car a bit.
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