As TJ mentioned, most of the items on your list shouldn’t require much extra attention and focus in order to optimize.
First and foremost, being a beginner it’s important that you’re not letting the vast array of adjustments distract from you working on your driving. Even as you develop, the intricacies of driving are always going to the most important bit. Said differently, even a perfect setup is only as fast as you can drive it.
That said, this really points towards the importance of having good baseline information for both chassis and engine. Having an established baseline is going to give you the right starting point, and narrow down the range of adjustments that may be applicable to a given session. From there, you can plan out your sessions accordingly, based on any remaining variables. For example: it’s likely that you’ll need to try a couple of different gearing setups, but that can be planned independent of chassis adjustments. If you’re unsure on gearing, then I’d ask around, or do your best to establish a good starting point, and then be working towards optimization right out of the gate.
Other factors you can plan for might be:
- When do you expect to put on new tires? (if applicable)
- Are there setup items that you’re curious to test, or have been recommended by your dealer/manufacturer?
From the items on your list, here are some notes:
Measure tire pressure- should have a starting point in mind, then tweak each session
Validate sprocket sizing- discussed above
Validate carburation settings- have baseline from engine builder, and only change as needed
Exhaust length sizing for more engine fine tuning- same as above
Really this again leaves working on your driving as the most important piece. Once that and the above are all clicking, then you can start tweaking chassis setup. To Alan’s point, the track is likely to change throughout the day/weekend. Most manufacturers/dealers will be able to provide guidance on common setup changes for certain track conditions. Last piece of the puzzle will be fine-tuning the chassis to your driving style, but as a beginner this is likely still a ways off.
Hope this helps.