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i saw that you had coils on the front, but not that you had them on the rear - that helps, so yes, a spring change would likely be in order - i have torsion bar delete and 500# springs in the rear and the rear still squats when i nail it - of course i have 300 ft/lbs of torque too - nice ride though

i disagree about the bracing though - the lower brace makes a HUGE difference, even on the street - you wouldn't believe it until you drove a car with one - the strut brace helps too, but not nearly as much as the lower one - the mounting points for the castor blocks shift a LOT under load - the brace stops that - it makes the car feel new and very solid, and keeps the suspension where it should be, which with more power, is very important as it helps keep you out of trouble at the edge
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