*NA DRY SKIDS*
There's a lot of p players floating around now with NA s13s and the like, i've been there, it's a long journey, but don't think you don't have enough power to skid, you can pull 2nds, in the dry.
There's a bit of an art to this. Simply, you need plenty of grip at the front and max castor, like fkn 10 degrees. Lock isn't too much of an issue cause you don't have enough power to get there, good for parking though, prefered dori side alignment should sort you.
At the back, just deck the shit out of it so you get like 5-6 degrees neg and you're factory suspension geometry doesn't even come close to working properly. You want to be able to take it to a wheel alignment shop and their heads implode cause shit is so wrong. But seriously if you get arms a bit of toe out makes it bag(13 and 14s toe in when they get slammed, 15s toe out so you're already sorted there, don't hold me to that though), don't know what adjustment is good for the traction rod to make it bag though, just put the wheel in the middle of the arch. Get some solid subframe collars for the rear, stiff as shit coilovers and weld or shim(like 3.2mm of shim) the diff, you can't afford a mechanical cause you're 17.
Now you want to run like 45psi in your rears, remember they do heat up so they will rise in pressure. Stretch helps a lot. If you've got a 6 speed you're cheering, if not get one cause they make NA fly, if you can't cause you're 17 get a 4.3:1 out of an auto ca
So, 7-10degrees castor front, 3mm toe out with prefered dori side alignment, 3 degress camber
5 degrees neg rear, 3mm toe out