Based on your other videos, rear isn’t your issue. You still have too much front end rise that’s too fast. You are having a toe in issue which is causing the front end to force it’s self up faster even though you have rebound maxed on the qa1’s. You want some rear squat and you have that. Best I can tell you don’t have the power or traction to really make the back end work yet. Gotta get the front dialed.
Cal tracs will work better than single bars becuase you can adjust anti-squat, single bars can’t really do that without multiple hole locations. They are just axle wrap bars in the end. Do I think you need them or benefit from them? Maybe some but I’d wait till you put more power down.
By all means I'm open to any suggestions you or the other guys have. I'm beating my head off the wall at this point, and want that damn slip in my hand lol.
I've set up multiple 2wd cars, this whole 4 wheel deal is definitely a learning curve that I apparently can't dial in, yet. Only went long bars since it tows occasionally and since I'd like to hook to a sled at some point, apparently not my best choice. I'm built and braced up front with rare parts idler and pitman, DHD all seasons brace, fresh lcas, ucas with kryptonite ball joints neg angles etc so I'm unsure of what I could do to correct a toe in issue, I also haven't had it aligned yet. I do have videos from last night, but the front end doesn't rise much at least in my eyes. I ran the SRD assassin traction bars on my lsx truck, but figured with the torque Id probably turn them into pretzels. Same design as a caltrac but with 5holes of adj on eyelet side of the leaf and 5on the axle side, went 1.588 in 2wd on a 35" a/t. All in all, whatever you guys recommend for changes, pressure etc I'm an open ear