All of the suspension links are replaced with BBi Autosports adjustable spherical bearing fitted arms. This eliminates all freeplay in the suspension. By looking at the spacers, you can see that the roll center and toe steer are also adjustable. When the rear shock is normally mounted, you can see the pushrod going to the rocker arm.
The front suspension uses a fully adjustable lightweight tubular control arm. As you can see here it has had the roll center corrected to the point where there is very little room between the lower ball joint and the wheel.
When only the best will do, like the rear shocks, the front McPherson strut is an Ohlins TTX46. It has 4-way adjustable damping. Since it is a through rod design like the rear shocks, only a tiny reservoir is needed for gas even though the strut has a huge 30mm shaft for stiffness.
To reduce bump steer the tie rod outer pivot is moved downward considerably. Right now, it looks like it will toe out under roll and perhaps we would lower the point even more. It’s a moot point because the front and rear uprights will be replaced by BBi Autosports new billet parts with pre-corrected geometry by the time the car is done.