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Old 08-16-2006, 01:27 PM   #1
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Those of you that are using this how do you like it? How much has it changed the handling. ect. ect.

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your gonna oversteer like a ****... hope you like drifting lol
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Hpjunky, is this generally true for all of the drag-race antisway/antiroll bars?

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well ya if you add this bar alone with the stock swaybar its going to get alot less traction around corners on thew rear wheels. i wouldn't even recomend this matched with a front swaybar. Drag Antisway bars are not meant for corner carving, and should not be used on a daily driver. if you want to hook, get some good tires, LCAs, LCA relocation brackets, and a TA.
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This is the same thing people tell me about not having a front sway bar. The first mod i did to my car was take the front sway bar off. I live on curvy country roads and i have no problems what so ever with handling.

This thread is directed towards drag racing, not autocross type driving.
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This is the same thing people tell me about not having a front sway bar. The first mod i did to my car was take the front sway bar off. I live on curvy country roads and i have no problems what so ever with handling.

This thread is directed towards drag racing, not autocross type driving.
no your wrong. he asked if it would change his handling...
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no your wrong. he asked if it would change his handling...

im the one that started this thread.... and yes handling is needed in drag racing. you dont want a product that is going to put you in the wall at 100+
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I've got that bar on my car and I will tell you that the car comes out of the hole straight and level, and I drive on the street with it all the time....

I also have a spool in the 9" so I can not tell you mutch about the handling of just the bar....

I dont take curvy roads to fast...
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