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Username Post: rear sway bar        (Topic#364217)
ejw71 
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Loc: Bella Vista, AR
Reg: 01-19-01
02-03-21 10:47 AM - Post#2813545    

I'm rebuilding my '54 Corvette. What are the advantages, if any, to having a rear sway bar or a larger one? Car will be an on and off daily driver. Thanks, Ed



 


Mel Foye 
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Mel Foye
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02-04-21 10:24 PM - Post#2813641    
    In response to ejw71

Ed I know you asked about a R bar but how bad is the roll now? If you need a big reduction I would go to a bigger bar in F first. If bottoming out in F and too much roll. Stiffer, shorter F springs with your currant bar. Still too much roll go to a bigger F bar. Last add a rear bar.
Usually we go with the thought the F handles 90% and the R 5-10% so the rear is part of our fine tuning.
Don't go too heavy of a rate on springs as stock one's are a little firm on riders now.
Check those companys that help fund this site for their thoughts.



 
ejw71 
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Loc: Bella Vista, AR
Reg: 01-19-01
02-12-21 08:14 PM - Post#2814190    
    In response to Mel Foye

Tks Mel for the info. I'll follow it. Ed



 


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