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Old 01-10-2003, 10:48 AM   #1
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Default Whiteline front swaybar for D stock?

Hey Guys:

I am trying to stay in D-stock for autocrossing and the rules permit changing the front swaybar but not the rear.

So, I just ordered the whiteline 22mm front swaybar. Did I make a mistake? After doing a search it seems the whiteline is noisy.

I know that it will reduce body roll but may add understeer. How badly do you think it will be? I race on Victoracers for autocross.

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Old 01-10-2003, 11:03 AM   #2
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all sway bars are the same when it comes to noise.(unless they are SO poorly designed that they hit/rub) The bushing is what makes the noise.
ANY poly bushing is going to be noisey if installed improperly.
I have found that the only grease that will keep them quiet (in my experience) is trailer hitch ball grease. Its a Silica based grease, designed to not squish out under high pressure.
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