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Old 05-12-2013, 11:34 AM   #1
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Question Best swaybars for neutral handling?

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Which do you think is the best swaybar for neutral handling in the track (no understeer/ no body roll)?. Please mention if yours is staggered or non staggered.
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I have the bmr adjustable swaybar and I love it, no body roll at all but im on the race setting , but thats what i like... im staggered 19x9 front 19x10 rear
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Here is a video that we put together on our Swaybar ...

Steeda Mustang Adjustable Rear Swaybar with Endlinks - YouTube

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Hi Guys,
Which do you think is the best swaybar for neutral handling in the track (no understeer/ no body roll)?. Please mention if yours is staggered or non staggered.
I went with Whiteline and there is a noticeable difference of steering firmness and a more planted to the ground feeling. I have the stock wheels with Potenza S-04 tires. I think Steeda makes great stuff too, I just got a ridiculous deal on Black Friday from AM last year.
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