I gotta think you are going to have noticeable bumpsteer with your current setup because of your overly-long tie rods. How that affects you and your driving is for you to decide, plenty of cars running around with bump steer with the owners still having plenty of fun.
I just noticed the slicks you intend to use, your single element rear upper arm, which I considered below borderline for street tyres, is in no way suitable for those wide slicks. You have 100% torsional loading in the lower arm along with a leverage factor. But it's probably fine as long as you accelerate gently and never, ever touch the brakes....
agreed, the rack isn't the ideal length. I should be able to dial out 99% of it at a single steering angle, we'll see how bad it is at other angles and if need be i'll replace it with a custom $$$ rack.
The rear uppers are being are in the process of being replaced with real uppers.
I cleaned up around the car to prep it for chassis welding
wrapped the exhaust up with the rear mount
Pulled all of the control arms off to weld up and the exhaust to get it ceramic coated
pulled everything off the chassis to start welding it. There is still a number of parts to get welded on the chassis - steering wheel support and plenty of body tabs but I think it's ready to do the majority of the welding and then address the smaller parts as they go on.