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A stiff rear may make for less squat when accelerating. However note that it will also the rear looser in the corners and more prone to rotating.

With all that weight hanging aft of the rear wheels is the issue more with having the front end lift?

Just a thought, how about raising the spindles on the front struts and /or getting shorter front shocks? This will limit front lift. It will also help restore the front end geometry on a lowered car and allow for more neg camber gain when cornering. This will let the front camber curve better match the camber curve of the rear 930 set up.

Just a thought.
Old 02-17-2009, 03:59 PM
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