I know this has been discussed ad nausium on here, but I'm getting lost in the variety of opinions and need some sage advice. I have an 08 GT-500, all stock. I had pretty bad rear wheel hop when the back wheels broke free (burn oust) I installed the Shelby Anti-wheel hop brackets from the Shelby parts store. This fixed the wheel hop but created a rumbling/rattling in the rear during high acceleration. I'm pulling them off and going back to stock parts. My question is this.
I drive the car on the street 1k-2k miles a year. I'd like to take it to the road track once or twice at Summit Point and maybe Auto-cross later. I'd like it to
1) keep it's rear wheels on the ground
2) not lower it significantly
3) not spend more than $500-$1000 fixing the suspention
4) not make it a beast to drive/ride in
If anyone has a reasonable solution for me, I'd really appreciate it, I love the car and want to be able to drive it to it's potential.
Thanks in advance