If I can remember... the 'unstable rear on the limit - cornering step out' is due to the floating rear suspension / subframe.
Solution is the Whiteline inserts - which are called " ________" , someone will remind me. Ties the back end together.
Front and rear ARB's from Whiteline will sort the roll without compromising the ride - mid settings.
Springs will firm it all up - I imported some Cobb Tuning springs from USA with minimal load increase +10% front & +15 % rear and an inch or so lower.
Ride is now firm but not jarring, and still a little comfort with no rolling rolling.
Obviously the ultimate is coilovers - if you love trackdays and live around perfect roads.
I'm SE London so speed bumps and pot holes rule - my desire was for Powerstation to help me sort the handling without going all out.
Changing all the bushes will feel incredible BUT hugely compromise the ride... If you can bear it then that's cool or else you'll lose your fillings...
Steering feel on the straight ahead is subjective...
BEST bang for your bucks is IMO the arbs and inserts - big big difference.
'WITH A PROPER 4 wheel computer GEO set up' (some places cannot do this).
But you need springs as well to complement both roadholding and 'looks'.
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