If you’ve been following along on Project CrossTime, you know it’s come a long way in a year. We’ve made some big changes to take the $1,000 Miata from a street car to a dedicated track car. We put on stickier tires, changed to PFC Brakes pads and DBA Rotors, then sidestepped away from performance to concentrate on safety with RaceQuip. In the off-season, we made some big changes by swapping in a Torsen rearend, then replaced the blown out clutch with a SPEC Stage 4 racing clutch. We had one major change left to make, and it was a doozy — shocks and anti-sway bars. All you have to do is look at the pictures of CrossTime throughout the past year to know suspension was high on the list of changes needed — and fast! In some of these photos, CrossTime looks like a Monster Truck lining up to jump a pile of cars. Shots of the car in a corner, look like it is trying to unwind itself. I pushed the stock stuff to the limit (sometimes beyond) and it’s time to give it the stance and handling it needs. Now, with the help of Pedders and Eibach, I’m going show you how we fixed the cornering woes. Early pictures of CrossTime show just how much travel was in the suspension. You could fit a case...