My quick play around gives me 70lb/in to 105lb/in for the front, 55lb/in to 95lb/in for the rear, this is using standard(ish) shockers but with differing bounce and rebound rate there isn't a huge variation, the sprung/unsprung balance does though, by quite a large amount.
I have the 'stick diagram that Nismo use for their computations so I'll play around with that for a while but, the normal running angles would be nice, sorry to keep asking for more stuff but more info=better (more consistent) results.
I must say that at present using dual rates appear to give better resonances overall, I especially like the fact that at 3/4 stroke (hard cornering) the frequency of the loaded assembly stays at 2.6cps at the front, that is very stable, the single rate gives 3.8cps, at the front lower frequency=better handling.
I have assumed that you have Nolothane P5 grade (NP5) bushes (they are standard on the bigger Nissans and Toyotas.
If you have Polypropylene type (PP3) the characteristics will be slightly inferior all round, the large number of links in the design means that Kinematics becomes a serious issue and are better controlled by Nolothane due to its better inherent 'Tension Reparte' and Hysteresis.
Put a percentage on the use you want, the first thing is to get some 'Nolothane Red' fitted and see how she feels.
Then you can see if you need improved damping or springs or even both.
The intrinsic design of the Susp. is great but good bushes will reduce the compliance vagueness, I like the 'numbers' of the standard dampers but the springs are definitely a road spring foremost, I'd go for 90lb/in on the front and 75lb/in on the rear.
Nolothane Reds, 1*45' neg cam fr. 4*00' caster (though you might like to run fast with little downforce in which case you may need to up this a further degree or so) ZERO toe,(definitely) I am not sure that deviating from standard for the Kingpin angle has any value apart fromlessening it a little to give her more feel in the corners, but with the Nolothanes that is probably not needed.
2½mm toe-in rear and 2*00' neg cam, now that mathematically works rather smoothly.
Peter E is the guy who will have real practical experience of setting a 33 up for track and although he wouldn't want to give everything away I'm certain that he could confirm whether that little run down is anything like his own and he may also be kind enough to finesse it some.