OK, I just searched through some older posts,
Modded magnetic ride control rods after lowering
READ THIS BEFORE YOU INSTALL LOWERING SPRINGS!!!!!
Apparently there is no difference to the position of the sensor, as long as it is not bottoming out one way or the other.
The problem I'm having is that the car is just too bouncy up front. The dampening rates between the front and rear are different causing a pogo stick like effect. Not hugely terrible but noticeable. My Gen6 Camaro has stiffer suspension and does not ride like this.
I don't think it was doing this last year. I just picked it up in late September and then about a month later the rear shocks went bad and about a month after that it was stored for the winter. I pulled it out this spring and went right to my shop and replaced pretty much just about everything up front except the tie rod ends. Shocks, Eibach springs, CS UCA and LCA bushings, ball joints, tires are good.
The car is just not balanced front to rear. Putting the suspension into sport mode definitely helps, so 1) the mag ride is working, and 2) stiffening the shock rate helps.
Have an alignment scheduled with a shop that just did a lowered Hellcat on Eibachs so I'm really hoping that is what the problem is.