Its not anymore tire sensitive than the Triton IMO. Put the correct numbers in the Seraph and it will go.
It doesnt have the speed potential like the Triton on a hard fast track, but for a local Sat. night race, the Seraph will go.
Those numbers are a good start, but if no one has told you, you will need an x-factor LF spindle to get that high cross number. Don't try to get it with the pills in the LR. Make sure they are holes DOWN. Our seraphs really like a LR tire that was 10 points or so harder than the RR, but there are different opinions on that. Our seraphs loved the short tracks more than the big tracks.
Good #'s right here. We usually ran ours with 1.5" front stagger and 7/8'' to 1'' rear stagger. For Paradise you will need more like 1 1/4" rear stagger though since the turns are so tight. If not you will have a little push