Do you want ANY chance of that rear suspension binding up in its action, in any way? That's what used to be lethal on the old Fox body cars; they had bind built in from the factory.
The Panhard bar actually forces the axle to move laterally under suspension load, because the end describes an arc, due to the angle of the PHB. This is why people go Watt's Link. So, even absent of lateral load force vectors, the axle is moving in an out in an arc under suspension action. Extra lateral movement due to compression of the bushings from sideloading just adds to this.
2014 Premium GT, SGM, Brembo, Auto, Tech, Comfort, etc. GT500s, Steeda UCA, VMP auto tune, 100 shot on BBR tune, best et: 11.38 at 120.85
2012 GT, Candy Red, Brembo, 3.73, Tech, Comfort, etc. Procal tune, Roush upper, UMI LCAs, Steeda red bracket, GT500s, 28X10X16 Hoosier slicks, best et: 11.91 at 115.23 RIP