OK Lee, That is the setup that I have installed. But before that I tried the detrol flow valve and it did not work. I just tested mine with the wilwood proportioning valve today, but didn't get a chance to finish the testing. I have the valve turned all the way out at the moment. How many turns in (clockwise) did you go before you felt the rear was contributing without locking prematurely.
I started midway down as a starting point. I THINK I went down twice more while testing. Each adjustment was not a full turn as the valve is on the rear bulkhead and I can reach it from under the car while on the side of the road. Then Murphy's law started in. Long story, but the first part was a flexible stainless brake line on the left front let go and the snow ball effect kicked in. Line was installed on the way back from The Lake of the Ozarks along with the rear shocks from the auction. All done at my bros house in Heber Springs. And then things got worse with his health and all.
Thanks for the info as I was hoping the project was viable. And as I read it, it is. Now to get some enthusiam back this spring as my bro wanted me to make the sheet metal part of the cold air intake out of aluminum and change the design some more. Will see...