Ok, here are a few points of interest about the MOD2 rear suspension system. We originally designed it so that during the growth of your car you did not look back and say " Jee, I wish I would have known that before I did this". Things like brake caliper puck knock back, hub seal leaks, Tearing pick up points, exhaust clearance among a list of other important issues come up when buying a suspension system. We intended on this to be a product for someone building a whole car from scratch once.
Since the creation of this system we have made multiple trips to Lake Tahoe from the San Francisco area, commuted to work which used to be 50 Miles round trip and lately with the new redesign each Ultimate street car competition requires at least a 50 mile trip per event. This has included the special places of beautiful Riverside Ca , Milwaukee Wisconsin to Sheboygan and Drives through North Carolina to mention a couple. The car does ride very well and is a pleasure to drive on the road.
Acceleration and braking. We also have been doing a start stop challenge at each event as well. These events are different each time but with the same concept. You need to launch, go through some sort of a gate most of the time and stop in a box. We are normally in the top three out of all the competitors in our class. Lets put this in perspective. A friend of ours Jake Rozzel with his beautifully prepared DSE equipped Camaro of which we beat at the last event just got back from LS fest and did a 11.01 on the strip in his auto cross trim on 200 tread wear tires. On the road course we have been able to get enough rear brake applied to burn the plating off the brake pad backing plates. It is impressive for sure. On the auto cross we see about a 150 degree difference between the front and rear of the car if I am remembering right.
Ride height and springs, We always look to lower the car as much as possible. A couple of limiting factors are the drive shaft tunnel, over the top of the rear end housing and room for springs and shocks. We addressed the spring and shock problem by moving them into the car. This allows us to get the car to what ever height we want by adjusting the push rod lengths. Once you get the car down where the tunnel is an issue it starts to create a multitude of other issues so we stopped there. Long story short we can get the car as low as we want until cutting the floor becomes an issue.
Some of the other questions were Wheel hop. About the only time I get wheel hop is when I really mess up a down shift. I'm really not sure what you mean by dryness-roughness and lunging, sorry.
I hope this helps out a bit