An ARB would be cool, but this is my street car. I am building a 306, 4R70W, 76mm turbo car. That car is getting all of the trick suspension stuff. This car has an airbag in the right rear and has always launched straight with the nose on the ground. I switched from Super 44's and tails to race bullets and from a Vortech upper to a sheet metal boxed upper on a systemax lower. Once I made those 2 changed and dicked with the tune a little this is the result. I was completely shocked and after this one pass I parked it on the trailer and watched the rest of the group run.
I hear ya brother but don't be afraid of the arb. I run it in my car in my avatar with tailpipes. Car has been 9.63 @ 143 with a 1.34 60ft on a drag radial and is 100% streetable. Anyway stick with what you got since its working as well as it is for you.
1989 GT - 25th Anniversary 5.0, Vortech S-Trim, TFS Trackheat Heads & Intake, TFS Stage 1 Cam, FRPP 1.6 RR, 75mm TB, Pro-M 80mm, Anderson Power Pipe, FRPP 42#s, GS-340/255 lph pump, Anderson 1-3/4 shorties, 3" Borla Exhaust, Tremec T-5, 3.73-31 spline, MSD 6AL2, complete-lowered suspension A9L, Moates QH/SL v1.6/1.4, BE, EA, Innovate LC-1/XD-16.
1992 LX - 25.1c Chassis, Vortech Blown Renegade 317, Lentech Trans, TRZ Backhalf,A3M1, Moates QH/SL v1.6/1.4 BE, EA