Don L. said:
Jim, now you will need to invest in a nice stiff front sway bar (to keep that rear end planted), and coilovers in front to adjust the front/rear weight distribution. Really, you are gonna love that rear diff ! With that turbo power, it will be a massive improvement over whatever you had, but first time you notice inside wheel spin, remember what I said
My first MK2 had stock springs, Koni Adjustables and Addco's.
The Addco's made a big difference, reducing that rear diaganol squat.
On this MK2, I have Eibach's, NOS Illumina's and stock sway bars.
I'm currently pleased with the factory sway bars for regular spirited driving. Though since you are our resident expert on MK2 suspension,
I will put this on my every growing list of to do items.
Another side note. A local boat fabricator just bought a CNC mandrel bender. It has the mimic feature, which if I supply a donor, it
can calcuate the bends and angles. Hmm, hollow sway bars. Hmm...