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Re: Sway bars

at the moment the oem-front sb only, why? i just mounted my konikit & fcm-parts, and off a few problems with the lower shockmounts at the rear arms i changed the lower-rear-arms with a pair of a nb and let the swaybar out and it feels fine!
 

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started with this setup:
AD shocks with 375/225 springs
RB tubular 1.25 at max stiffy
stock base model rear bar (11mm?)

Then moved to this setup:
TEIN Flex 7kg/6kg
RB tubular 1.25 on "soft" (equiv to a 1" solid bar)
took off the rear sway bar

car feel good now. nice balance.
 

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rears sway bar, racing beat (thanx dave).

tighty up some tiffness in rear. with soft lowering springs and stronger bar, it gave a more flat cornering with ctill comfortable ride. thought it would give major oversteer, but its really not that bad as its still smaller than stock front sway bar.

at any rate...very happy with racing beat products
 

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I am running front only because my Miata didn't come with a rear one. :(
 

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i run rb front and rear and stock rear. it gives you the chance to it keeps the set-up open as possible

according to andy hollis frm GRM mag.
1) no rear for more open course
2) stock rear for tighter
3) rb rear for super tight course

i chose the second for everyday use. i guess it depends how low you car is and your driving still.

i'd score both.
 

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I trying to work around the equal spring rates on my PSS9s. RB 1.25" hollow front swaybar, disconnected rear swaybar.
 
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