OK, so to get myself motivated for the upcoming track day season, I'm reading Mark Donahue's book The Unfair Advantage. Anyway he said when he took over the '69 AMC Trans Am race cars in 1970, he found that they had been lowered to the point that they were almost undrivable. He raised the cars and found out they really wanted to be low. So rather than going the usual 'lowering spring' route, they used uprights [steering knuckles for street cars] that had the spindle raised on them. This sounds like a better way to lower a car since it doesn't upset the suspension geometry nor limit suspension travel as much. Basically, instead of moving the car down on the suspension, you move the wheel up. Has anyone heard of using this technique on our cars?