Before you install a front wing I have a suggestion to reduce wheelies. The guys doing speed runs with 1/8 buggies cut the angled horizontal portion of the rear wing off to reduce drag and downforce which ends up lifting the front end. They leave the vertical sides for stability. I'd try this before adding the drag of a front wing, only the 2wd guys in the speed run crowd run a front wing. Unless ultimate top speed isn't the goal and you'd rather have the downforce, up to you.
If you still have problems with high speed wheelies and the front lifting try raising the rear a little and using the lowest shock position up front. After that adjust the droop screws so the arms don't go down as much when you lift the front. No droop screws? Then some sort of limiting straps or fuel tuning inside the shocks to prevent them from extending as far will do the same thing.
Last edited by Maj_Overdrive; 05-15-2016 at 03:30 PM.