Question for those of you with the Boss 302 manual: Are any of the structural mods applicable to a street car, or does it pretty much have to be a gutted race car? I might get a copy if there's something I can use, but I have a very clean and complete interior I don't plan to part with. Rather than just speculate, how about a real life comparison of some different suspension designs in real street legal cars. In order to keep a level playing field, we need to try to get cars that are similar dimensionally (67-70 body styles) with full interiors, DOT tires, registered, inspected and insured to drive on the street. I think we need at least two volunteers who have different MII mods to square off against a more stock 67-70 with simple upgrades such as open tracker bolt on perches, and also try to get as many of the different complete set ups as we can get together: Air Ride, Total Control, Unique Performance, Global West, RRS, etc. and any brave souls who have designed their own suspension such as myself. The goal would be to evaluate the suspension, not the driver, so we would either have to swap cars and average everyones lap times, or use a handful of seasoned drivers and average their lap times. I'm in the final stages of getting my car back on the road but my funds are extremely limited at the moment so if anything goes wrong (I rebuilt the tranny myself) I'll be sidelined for a while. I may be counting my chickens before they hatch, but assuming I can get my car on the road sometime next week or so, I'm willing to drive anywhere east of the Missisippi, and from Tennesse to the north. It would be more of a learning experience than an all out competition with the goal of determining how well the MII design hangs with other designs in a real street car. We could also (attempt to) compare things like cost, installation, and ease of maintenance. I suspect that if the cars are similar dimensionally (including weight) that no one design will dominate in a street car, but there's really only one way to find out. Anyone up for a challenge?