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Old 08-02-2005, 02:43 AM   #8
Kraziken
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Join Date: Jun 2003
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Originally Posted by MitchGT
A larger rear swaybar will reduce understeer(the front end of your car pushing through turns). From what I've read, increasing the diameter of the front sway bar will offset the improvements of the new rear sb.
I think both help.

I increased the front swaybar from 20mm to 22mm. As a test, I did the front swaybar first. It helped reduced body roll.

I then installed the rear adjustible swaybar, It's currently set to 20mm. It was a much more dramatic improvement.
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