I think it might be next to impossible but here goes..I have a 2013 Mustang GT that’s making around 800whp with a PD blower, has a built 6r80 with a 2800-3k stall, Strange single adjustable front struts set on the softest setting with BMR GT500 drag springs, BMR k-member, Viking warrior rear shocks set on 6 for compression and 3 for rebound with BMR GT drag springs, BMR rear anti roll bar, BMR adjustable UCA, BMR double adjustable LCA’s (mounted to the 2nd hole up from the bottom of the reloc brackets), LCA relocation brackets. 275/60r15 MT ET Street radial pro rears at 16psi. Previous owner got this combo all set up for the drag strip to run consistent 9.5’s at 142 cutting 1.3 60 foots off the foot brake. I’m wanting it to hook up better on the street. I upped the tire pressure to 19psi, dropped the LCA’s to the bottom hole on the relocation brackets, changed the Rear Vikings to 2 for compression and 6 for rebound. Strange struts are still on the softest setting (I know I need to make these stiffer). I’m sure that because its not warmer than 60-70 degree outside temps and it’s not consistently warm out the pavement is cold isn’t helping at all. This car just breaks the tires loose and spins for the most part.. even on the hwy. is there anything else I can do or Just leave everything the way I have it now and not mess with anything else until temps and pavement get warmer? I wouldn’t think that I have to heat up my tires to hook up for a random vette at a stop light. I’ve heard that these tires don’t like to perform well at anything below 19psi?? Seems like I’m kind of over thinking it and I just need to wait for warmer weather and drop the tire pressure? I’ve launched from 2nd gear after heating the tires up and still a good bit of spin. Launching in 3rd gets zero tire spin but man the 60’ sucks lol. I’m thinking about just buying some Hoosier slicks with the D06 compound and run those on the street but Ive read that the DR’s would be better since I have an auto? I won’t be tracking the car much and I’ve got all the settings to get it hooking good on the strip but the street is lots harder. I wouldn’t think having a PD blower on the street would be so hard to hook from a dig or a roll. There HAS to be people out there hooking lots better than I am with a similar set up... or is this just the nature of the PD beast?