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I'm loving the tight turn in response of my GTA Sportwagon but the rear just sits too high effectively pointing the front lower to the ground and on anything approaching bumpy it means slowing right down or I risk scuffing my lovely repainted front bumper.

So, whilst dropping the ride height at the back may affect the handling a touch I really want to do this to adjust the 'rake' and effectively point the front up a touch.

Any suggestions what I can do with the rear suspension to achieve this without touching the front because I have some real nice RHB re-valved Bilsteins up there and they are most awesome.

I know spring chopping is a no no but might it be okay for the back to get hold of some lowering springs? Dampers seem in good condition.

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