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Solid rear axles, man it’s like a jack in the box back there sometimes. This little trick from the mustang days always helped. 60lbs of sand placed across the rear axel to load the springs and help keep the venues butt on the ground.
It also helps with the venues tendency to wander from left to right on the highway.
You can pickup these bags of sand up at Lowe’s for you guessed it...$6. ✌🏼
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Does it hurt the acceleration?

I'm already fat so I would not know 😭
😂Good one!
Nothing noticeable @123 hp. Now at @350+ red light to red light, that's a different story.
It Simulates a rear passenger in the venue. It was used to help with wheel hop in the Mustangs.
Just produces a better ride, but that's just my opinion.
If you notice a difference in ride quality with passengers in the back seat, you might give this a go.
I commute in the venue by myself, so it can get a little hoppy at times.
I'm currently at about 200lbs and trying hard to improve my fat old guy status.
 
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