Originally Posted by redux
I can't remember the rates off the top of my head, but they are relativity soft. I'm going stiffer and getting rid of the helper springs to better control the loads on the wheels. As it stands, removing the rear bar provided a decent boost in traction and made the rear end more predictable, but it not were I want it yet.
Yes, removing the rear bar will help with traction when putting the power down. Back in the Redline Time Attack days we would run without the rear bar for better corner exiting speed and traction.
Main and helper combo if not done correctly can certainly hurt traction.