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Your camber settings are not that extreme, but they will add to the dartiness in light of the stiffness of all the other changes you have made to the suspension.
However, I think the main contributor to dartiness is toe settings.
Now if you have positive toe on the front wheels that will definitely make it handle like you describe. You do not say whether it is a positive toe you mentioned or negative. Likely if it were set up for track duty someone gave you positive toe out.....for better turn in response.
The rear is even more sensitive to toe settings and from what I understand you should never have positive toe on the rear wheels in a 911 especially. This will add to severe oversteering tendencies and instability.
Find out what your toe settings are and you will want to run slightly negative on the front and definitely negative on the rear. You will loose turn in at the track but will make for high speed stability in a straight line.

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