The track bar I'm running is the factory bar, it's just the add on track bar bracket that I had installed. Should I take off the add on bracket and get the Synergy Steering Correction Kit with the cam bolt option and just run the factory track bar or should I get the adj track bar also?
first thing you need to do is take that bracket OFF and just put your factory track bar back to stock. that bracket looks to have moved it WAY too much. do that, adjust your drag link to straighten you steering wheel and drive it and see how it is.
if you're still "flighty" you want to look into control arms or that bracket kit i posted. cam bolts are shit. i have a brand new set you can have if you want them, but they're garbage man. i wouldn't put them on my wife's JK EVER!
ok, as far as the drag link kit. the reason for doing the drag link flip kit is so that the drag link and track bar are parallel. that minimizes bump steer and often helps with pulling on the road crown. My .02 is i'd spend the 100 bucks more for the currie. it's just a way better product for only 100 bucks difference. you will need either a tapered bit or an insert to run it flipped though.
ok so all that being said:
Step 1: ditch track bar bracket, reinstall stock bar back into stock bracket
Step 2: straighten steering wheel by adjusting drag link.
Step 3: drive it and see if it's better. if it is and the axle is centered, AWESOME, if it's better and the axle isn't centered, just buy an adjustable track bar and you'll be good.
after that, if it's still driving odd diagnose further. Don't just throw $ at it.
my $ is on the trackbar bracket.