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Common stock swaybar setup to get the balance and roll stiffness to match. Glory be to the Xida for the flexibility and damping capability,
Honestly keeping stock sways sounds awesome. Just never heard of front rates that high or that much difference in front and rear rates.
 

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Honestly keeping stock sways sounds awesome. Just never heard of front rates that high or that much difference in front and rear rates.
Small sway bars require the higher rate springs to achieve a roll couple bias that works with race tires. Ours S1's run 1100 and 1200 front springs with a 1.25" sway bar.
 

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Small sway bars require the higher rate springs to achieve a roll couple bias that works with race tires. Ours S1's run 1100 and 1200 front springs with a 1.25" sway bar.
Good to know. FWIW, I'd never heard of someone trying to do that (with stock sways). Neat :)
 

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This is an old thread, both engine and the car are long gone. But it looks like I never got around to posting the dyno to show we got past 200whp on the stock crank (1952cc) and wet sump.
This was October 2015.

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