Up front you want one way shocks. Zero dampening on rebound and fairly stiff on compression. Out back you want the opposite. If you can, you want to lower the spring rates all around but use longer springs to maintain ride height.
You go for weight transfer. You *want* the car to move around on launch. Also, you can delete the front sway bar as it's dead weight if you are only going straight, but the rear needs to stay to make sure the car squats evenly.
No need to point out you want 3" wide wheels up front with skinny bias ply tires and roughly 10.5-11.5" wheels out back with as much bias ply rubber you can fit.
You'll never make a corner with the above setup, it'd be dangerous as hell on the street, but it's what all drag cars do.