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Old 01-26-2013, 09:09 PM   #1
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Sway bars

What are sway bars for
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What are sway bars for
To control body roll
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Old 01-26-2013, 09:19 PM   #3
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Sorry whats that
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They help keep the body more square or flat the ground while taking aggressive turns
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O ok how much does that run
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O ok how much does that run
if you're a v6 you have a front sway bar already...if you're a GT then you already have a front and rear sway bar....sizes varied over the production years. along with some rear bars being hollow and some solid. if you're looking to upgrade check out the eibach setup on AM...if you're looking to build a cornering machine it's a good place to start...for a drag car not so much
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Ok thanks I'm just a random freeway racer tho I dnt really know where to go lols
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So you're the dumb kinda racer lol? Street racing has no place on ME keep that in mind. Youll find track racing to be much more enjoyable my friend so consider what you want from the car and work toward it pm me if you ever have questions

Btw i say dumb in the loving way not to be mean...i dont like the idea of our members potentially becoming a statistic
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