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Old 10-09-2012, 11:45 AM   #12
bue car
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Join Date: Mar 2008
Chapter/Region: SCIC
Location: Torrance, CA 90503
1995 Coupe, Sedan &


Originally Posted by Decipher View Post
I had no idea you could flip the swaybar! This is the first I've heard of it.
the older cars rear bar could flip if you up it in with the shocks unloaded, and happened to have the bad luck of it flipping when you put the car down. not good for handling

Originally Posted by xluben View Post
I think the bar is on right, but it doesn't seem normal that it's hitting. I ran the SPT exhaust and Whiteline sway bar (thicker than stock) and I've never had issues. I was quite low when I had that combo. I used the stock hangers. Unfortunately I don't have a photo. The only one I have on hand is with the Greddy exhaust, and there is TONS of clearance:

when you put the car on the ground, the shocks will obviously settle with load, and your bar will rotate down more. you do not have that much room with the car on the ground.
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