Upgraded control arms or conversion to a 4 link layout, and upgraded shocks. A good rotation resistance restraint system for the rear axle housing will help a great deal.
Even new OEM LC arms & bushings can help a lot.
Everything else being equal, the stickier the tire, the worse wheel hop will be.
Wheel hop is caused by the rear axle housing rotating opposite the tire rotation direction due to the car resisting forward motion, hitting hardware limits and rebounding. The axle rotation also nullifies a bit of the shock absorber functionality. Tire speed in relation to the pavement changes rapidly resulting in rapid oscillating loss and gain of traction. THEN the rebound of the actual tire gets involved and begins to bounce. Now, each tire bounce can amplify until things get simply knocked to pieces.
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