i wouldnt because it can cause uneven handling charecter. front may have more or less relative grip than the rear and cause an issue. that being said if you are cabaple of determining how your car handles, ie track experience, then you could adapt how you drive to match the car similar to adjusting sway bar at one end or other and such.
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