At the last autocross I noticed that my car felt a bit more wallowy and unpredictible in right-hand corners rather than left-hand corners. A look at the gopro footage corroborated that, yes, the car appeared to lean more when I was turning right. This, to me, makes sense given my (relatively) soft spring rates and the 135lbs of meat sitting on the left side of the car. Since my shocks are basic Koni Yellows with mazda springs on them could I effectively side-to-side 'corner weight' the car by shortening the driver side end link so that it applies a tilt bias to the passenger side to counteract the weight bias? Googling things like "Sway bar preload corner weighting" didn't really give me much to go on.