It makes a massive difference on my Mustang that I open track race. Balanced turning left and right and no pull when braking hard when I actually get the car dialed in. However, I don't own a $1000 set of scales so I always have to take it somewhere to get it done if I make any drastic changes.
I guessed on my Maverick and added about 5 turns of additional pre-load on the drivers side so it rolled less on right hand turns when I am driving solo. That is a shot in the dark guess I took but I was thinking about dragging it down to the scales just for fun.
Seems with the engine and driver / passenger weight so close to center that a Maverick would respond well to corner weighting
I was just thinking, being the suspension set up on these and all, with a driver in it, and no passenger, it would offset some, and adjusting spring tension, rebound, etc up to fight against the added weight on drivers side would help , especially trail riding when off cambered and such