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Thread: Drag racing without a front sway bar? Can i remove it for weight savings?

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2015-05-03 00:32:14
#11
Neat, glad to hear that worked out well for you as expected.

reminder: oversteer and understeer are not "b.s." nor a mythical creature.
2015-07-02 18:19:08
#12
I haven't thought of doing this before. Not much weight savings, but I guess every little bit adds up
2015-07-02 19:45:56
#13
Most people take them out and put traction bars in place
2015-07-02 23:39:10
#14
I plan on taking mine out soon. Can't be doing any good with 22 year old bushings, or what's left of them for that matter.
2015-07-03 21:53:05
#15
Drag racing without a front sway bar? Can i remove it for weight savings?
I'm glad I did this. I didn't weight it all but bar,links,brackets,bolts and bushings must have been another 20lbs or so.

After driving for a few months it seems you gotta give it more steering wheel effort in the turns but is way more neutral in the turns which equals a better handling car. Next I'm getting the rear beam bent


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