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Good find indeed, will you guys stop posting all this stuff, you're costing me a fortune, when will the mods stop. Maybe with this anti roll bar and getting rid of those jelly roll Contis, this thing will handle as well as my 87 300E.
 

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ofcourse a question from me. I dont think i have to spell it out can any one guess?

A. Do these fit the AWD.
 

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Whats the difference between factory and aftermarket sway bars?
The aftermarket ones are larger in diameter than the stock factory ones. This
larger diameter makes the bars stiffer, with less flex than the stock factory bars.

Also, the aftermarket bars will come with polyurethane bushings which
are stiffer, and have less flex than the stock rubber bushings in the swaybar
mounting locations.

Jim
 

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Cease & desist...

II kings 9:20 said:
Good find indeed, will you guys stop posting all this stuff, you're costing me a fortune, when will the mods stop.
..., and thatz an order. :wink1:
Cant take it, my bone stock 300C is all I got - everyone else has a black one, all-modded out.
(The tables will turn once the new Imperial comes out and I still have useable cash for a downpayment) :AR15firin
 

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CJ7VFR said:
The aftermarket ones are larger in diameter than the stock factory ones. This
larger diameter makes the bars stiffer, with less flex than the stock factory bars.

Also, the aftermarket bars will come with polyurethane bushings which
are stiffer, and have less flex than the stock rubber bushings in the swaybar
mounting locations.

Jim
I had the polyurethane bushings in my vette. They do make the car stiffer, but it does come with a price. After a month or so they will start to squeak. I would have to regrease them every month or so..
 

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rmedina said:
....polyurethane bushings,..,. They do make the car stiffer, but it does come with a price. After a month or so they will start to squeak. I would have to regrease them every month or so..
Not to mention the bone-jarring ride they instill - still, you can corner better (in a Viper).
 

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II kings 9:20 said:
The c is already fairly bone jarring with the self seals, I lost a filling the other day.
Hehe . Kings, my C is going to the track on June 7th for a day of performance driving. She can hardly wait. I'm gonna burn those Crappy Contis off the rims!

. . . then I can go out and get some new shoes.:drive:
 
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