I'm really thinking I don't want to over spring it by going any stiffer than an SVT spring on the SVT strut.One more thing I forgot to mention.
Since I was running adjustable Tokico HTS-I did play with the settings.
On the street I would turn them down a bit.
I listened to others saying don't go too stiff on dirt,so initially went a little stiffer on the front and kinda stiff on the rear.
But back of the car was jumping all over the place/banging around so I went full stiff on the back and it was better.
But I was bottoming out pretty hard in front when the course got chewed up so eventually went full stiff on all 4 corners and left it there for the remainder of the season while racing.
When I got the new front springs I did the same-but I noticed with the new springs when I dialed down the fronts back to cushy street setting that the struts were indeed topping out coming out of driveways or going over speed bumps,so I had to stiffen them up a couple turns and that took care of it.
Hopefully your svt dampers will have enough compression/rebound to control your suspension once you get your ride height/droop set the way you want.
Did your shocks have separate adjustment for Comp/Reb? Or did it adjust both with 1 knob?
I also have to keep reminding myself I'm not building a racecar. Its my Daily Driver LOL. But also if things are not right, it will bug me......