Thanks for all the feed back everybody.
Made time to put about 300km on the road before the snow hit and made some adjustments and observations.
Semi Final verdict on suspension (All just my opinion):
Realistically the ride height is too low at top height adjustment. It works pretty good but I would like to raise it about another inch at some times, but the coilovers are maxed. Also tough to balance as the front wont go evenly at max height to the rear at maw height. The rear goes way higher. I live in a potholed area outside Vancouver. No problem on speed bumps so far.
The spring outside diameter is a bit too big for the 510 rear wheel well. There is a small amount of contact between the spring and the threads on the shock sleeve.Wear began to show within 50k . I assume it is in contact with the inner fender at times also due to there being only a few mm at some areas, but no wear is yet apparent. I need to contact T3 to discuss this with them. Presumably this will be a long term detriment if a solution cant be found.
After raising it up an inch a lot of the fender clearance issues with the wheels cleared up and less camber was needed to clear. No cutting was needed and I was still able to run the swastika rims which I really like.
250lb spring rate (200 was suggested by technotoy reps) is too soft for me. I find I get some wheels lifting on hard corners. (I have not upgraded the sway bars yet though). I will likely go to 300 plus in the rear. I have the setting at max hardness on the adjustment screw. Further adjustments may help this area as well as sway bar
All the other front suspension upgrades look super dope and obviously assist in better handling to a degree and increased long term durability. Weather they are worth the price tag is in the eye of the beholder. Im glad I did it while I had some extra cash but likely could have lived without most of it.
Semi Final verdict on brakes (All just my opinion)
Realistically the big brake kit is a bit overkill as suggested by multiple members but the car stops clean and fast. Very impressive.
Hard to say if it is worth the clearance issues and I would like to be able to run 14s once in awhile and have a rim collection with some retro stuff in it. Impressive stopping form the 4 pot caliper and 12.4" rotor.
After seeing what I will have for clearance in and around the master cylinder area after the engine upgrade I would like to add a vacuum brake booster as the leg gets a little sore and what not after driving an hour or two. I have the 15/16 master already and proportion is adjusted to suit.
All in all the brakes work awesome but a bit of price to be paid with a lack of wheel options.
They are super cool to look at and drive though. The spacer and studs are a hassle but now that thats done....