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  • Understanding Basic Suspension Terminology | Tire Rack

  • Bar: Also called an anti-sway bar, this device connects the left and right suspensions together and anchors to the vehicle frame. Typically used at the front and rear of the vehicle, the anti-roll bar is commonly used to adjust the handling balance of the vehicle and limit the amount of sway or body…

  • Anti-Roll Bars for the Street and Track are Available at Tire Rack

  • …anti-roll bar, also called an anti-sway bar, connects the left and right suspensions together and anchors to the vehicle frame. Typically used at the front and rear of the vehicle, the anti-roll bar is commonly used to adjust the handling balance of the vehicle and limit the amount of sway or body…

  • Sway Bars: A Cost-Effective Suspension Upgrade

  • …suspension set-up is an improved sway bar. Available in front and rear matched kits, or as stand alone front or rear units, sway bars are a great way to reduce unwanted body roll under cornering loads. If your car is well balanced from the factory, a full sway bar kit is likely the way to go.…

  • H-Sport Stage 1 TVS System Installation Tips for the MINI | Tire Rack

  • …will work well. The front sway bar is the first piece to install. Following the instructions you'll find that the front sub-frame needs to be completely loosened and pried away from the body first. Installation TipAfter you remove the stock end links from the stock sway bar, a variety of metric…

  • Drop it like it's hot. Infiniti G35.

  • …the new Eibach items work great, they made the car look wonderful. The springs combined with the sways made the car handle completely different. I ran the sway bars at medium stiffness front and rear which worked well for street and mild track use. Ride did stiffen a little but not significantly.…

  • "It's a Jeep Thing Part" Part 4

  • …to swap the springs out. You simply need to remove the bottom shock bolts from the lower A-arm in the front and the axle mount shock bolts in the rear and the bottom sway bar bolts (two front, two rear). If you are going to do this at home make sure you have a safe plan to lift the body of the Jeep…

  • Track and Autocross Tire Choices for Your Lotus Elise

  • …tire choice. The Sport Package Elise normally runs 195/50R16 fronts and 225/45R17 rears. However, given the lack of 195/50R16 tire choices, he went with 205/45R16 in the front. His 205/45R16 and 225/45R17 tandem, along with some sway bar adjustments keep the car neutral and less susceptible to snap…

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  • Minimizing & Controlling Bounce | Tire Rack

  • …tires to perform. The springs in your suspension hold up the weight of your vehicle and help resist pitch to the front and rear, and (in conjunction with the vehicle's sway bars) resist lean to the side. Your shock absorbers are the primary suspension components that actually help "absorb shock"…

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  • Shock Absorber & Suspension Tech 101 | Tire Rack

  • …dampers, springs, sway bars, and tires. Once the excessive body motions are controlled, the car gains speed, and the tires approach their maximum grip capability, the front to rear balance of the car can be felt and tuned for optimized cornering. Understeer When the front of the car begins to…

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