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Old 09-06-02, 01:47 PM
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What are your swaybar recommendations for road racing (not autocrossing) the FD? Currently I have Eibach's bars on the front and rear. At the longest of the two lever arm lengths, the rear bar seems to me to be too heavy in even moderate-speed turns (80-ish) on the street. I am planning on tracking the car next year and am beginning its build-up.
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The Tripoint front bar is the end all be all of sway bars. They have a rear bar available as well. The front bar is tubular and available in different wall thicknesses, just give them a call and talk to them about your needs. Your rear bar probably is too stiff; I have heard that about the Eibach rears.

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