One aspect which I was very displeased with, was how the Phantom appeared slanted, front to rear...that is, with a higher nose, than a tail. To some of the more observant viewers, this might have been clearly discernible, as well. To rectify this, the Phantom spent some time with the kamaani and undercarriage specialist. A couple of leaf springs each, were added to both sides at the rear, and extra long shackles were fitted. This has provided a lift of a little over two inches, and now, the stance appears much better to the naked eye than before. With this "rear-higher" stance, it even seems that the ride quality has improved somewhat, because now the steering feels much more responsive, and the beast happily belts along at 100 km/hr without any wobble, wiggle or sideways travel of the wheels. Overall, a good jugaar!
The tyre cover has also been fitted...and now, only some minor adjustments and alterations will be required.
Photos of before and after!