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Suspension Techniques Anti-Sway Bars

[5/3/2007] Reviewed by: Luke Rylander -

Applicable to: '99-'05 1.8 liter

Anti-Sway Bars (front & rear). Product comes with three holes, on each bar, to adjust location of End Links, and ultimatly, understeer and oversteer pre-load settings. Poly Urathane bushings included.

This is my first Sway Bar upgrade that I've ever done. Installation was very easy. One problem did occour. I had to replace the bolts that hold the bushings on. Apperantly the washers were just a bit to big for the new bushing holder. Never-the-less, $2.00 and a trip to The Home Depot fixed my problem.

Wow! The car handles scary fast! Granted, I have the Flyin' Miata Butterfly Brace on my car too. But the car can easily handle aprox. 10-15 m/h faster on the turns. Not only that, but the time it takes for the car to transfer the weight back is minimal. Reguardless of my stock springs and Shocks. One Con, However, I can feel the weight of the new Sway bar of the front. But well worth it, in my humble opinion.

Under 5 minutes to remove

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19 May, 2007

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