Sorry for being a spelling Nazi, but I can't help it.
under cartoon - thatn = than, bought = brought
fuel economy numbers - 3 = 30 in the parenthesis
under interior photos - horizone = horizon, had = hard
top - there = their
tools - circiut - circuit
Step 2 - dry a dry = try a dry, teh = the
top - attept = attempt
I really like you're car. You are doing most the mods I would do if I were to keep the car. Shaved rear, lower, etc.
I do have the JBP poly control arm bushings. They haven't done much for my wheel hop as I had hoped
but they definitely stiffen up the turning. I haven't used them much in warm weather. They were installed late fall, so maybe with warm tarmac it will make a difference. From my observation of the part and how it is installed it doesn't make much sense that it would help wheel hop. They replace the rear bushing and its design seems to deal more with the horizontal forces rather than vertical. My front bushing is still rubber and I haven't seen any replacements for that out. Front seems to be designed to deal more with the vertical forces.
With the knowledge I have now I would have gotten either one of the poly engine or tranny mount and see how that helped and then keep adding poly components until the hop was under control. I don't much like the idea of an engine damper because it doesn't solve the problem it hides it.