Getting to the point where I am maxed out power wise. Swapping to E85 when the summer blend comes back which will put me well over 800 depending on pulley choice. Now I want to focus on weight reduction and suspension. I have done quite a bit of weight reduction already. BMR lower radiator support without front sway bar 25# BMR K-member 22# Morris Engineering battery mount with anti gravity battery 26# Morris Engineering front rotors 16# BPS engine brackets 6# Forgestar F14 drag wheels 61# Removed axle weights 5# Driveshaft 20# Headers vs cast manifolds and cats 10# I have added a bit of weight too Auto swap 20-25# Rear ice tank/hoses 10-15# I want to keep my Brembo brakes even though I could lose another 15# or so by swapping to Baer front brakes. The only thing I have left that I can think of is BMR lower control arms but I am a little concerned with the shudder some people get. I did have my steering rack replaced under warranty in 2017 so I think I will be ok if they used the newest version but not sure. Other item I have thought about is the front bumper support but it is a street car so not sure the 10# is worth the risk on this one. I am wanting to learn more about Viking warrior front coil over setup. What spring rates should I use, any weight savings? What upper mount should be used? I want to keep the height close to the performance pack springs that I have now. It barely clears my lift now and I dont want to drop it any more. As far as rear suspension goes I have BMR LCA, UCA, Pan hard bar, Relo brackets, adjustable sway bar. Dead Hooker springs/perches (12-150 spring rate) Viking warrior double adjustable rears. Are the front coilovers worth it? Any other idea on weight savings? I have the manual Recaros and kinda like them so not wanting to go to a full race seat.