stiffen car up

In no particular order:

Replace worn out body mounts.
Install "missing" body mounts.
Install rear seat braces.
Install front frame braces.
Install front triangulating brace.
Install fender braces.
Replace worn out shocks.
Replace worn out springs.
Replace worn out front end parts.
Larger sway bars.
Substitute, for example, polyurethane for rubber.
More "aggressive" tire/wheel package.
And on and on...

Ummm, careful what you wish for?

strike
 
In no particular order:

Replace worn out body mounts.
Install "missing" body mounts.
Install rear seat braces.
Install front frame braces.
Install front triangulating brace.
Install fender braces.
Replace worn out shocks.
Replace worn out springs.
Replace worn out front end parts.
Larger sway bars.
Substitute, for example, polyurethane for rubber.
More "aggressive" tire/wheel package.
And on and on...

Ummm, careful what you wish for?

strike

+1 he has it covered there.
 
I don't want to disagree with Strike, but going to a bigger front sway bar generally results in considerable more understeer. I think if you do a poll, you will find very few people running a larger front sway bar, and a few high performance suspension manufacturers & retailers even make and / or recommend a slightly smaller one.
 
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