Thanks for the replies guys. Yes it's currently very close to the bump stops but can't "bottom out" due to the very stiff AutoDelta torsion bars, koni shocks and yes right now, its a dedicated track car. Not much if any roll, even when doing a 14 mile, 2200ft hill climb and decent, outside of Reno to Virginia city using a different set of higher sidewall profile, street tires for a little extra clearance. Terrible suspension, but it seems to really work well.
My goal is to raise it up to make it a bit more of an all around drivable car for other street events besides track TT. I agree, drop spindles would be primo, and the proper way to lower this car.(Read the info on RJ's website with the quote "Optimally, the suspension would be designed so that with the lower arm level (key to suspension design)"
I'll start with a level A-arm, moderate camber, and re-do castor, toe, realignment. Thanks.
'76 Alfetta GT, 2013 Fiat 500 Abarth, '78 sports sedan (2 of them) - sold, '91 164L - sold, '83 GTV6 -sold, '87 Milano Verde - sold, '91 spider -sold, '69 MGB GT,