right.V6PowerStang said:hahaha no, 'anti-sway bar' = 'sway bar', shortened.
strut tower braces go above the engine bay keeping the strut towers from flexing inwards while cornering.
sorry for laughing at you.el cheapo said:So a sway bar mounts to the chassis, And its job is to prevent body roll.
V6PowerStang said:sorry for laughing at you.el cheapo said:So a sway bar mounts to the chassis, And its job is to prevent body roll.
body roll is affected by the suspension that is under it, not by bolting things to the chassis itself to keep it from flexing. a STB maintains the integrity of the chassis and the front sway bar reduces understeer/increases oversteer and does lessen body roll, but they are so neccessary, people don't usually refer to them as 'lessening body roll' as 'if you turned going more then 15mph you'd lose control and die'. for almost all street apps your rear sway needs to be thicker than the front. otherwise you get mad oversteer and that's almost as bad as not being able to turn as you'd like (understeer). subframe connectors maintain integrity of the chassis by, well, what the name says.
what he said.stangin99 said:shocks struts springs and subframes with seat tracks.
Youll feel pretty solid with just that.