Subframes awsome swaybars not

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  1. Spd0lit

    Spd0lit Active Member

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    sub frames are awsome night and day difference. My sway bar on the other hand snapped. I was hoping for some input about rear sway bar like a cobra or a bullit sway bar or any others that might be better.

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    how did that happen? :eek: u can get both front and rear eibachs from most places.
     
  3. what'd ya go offroading?
     
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    Spd0lit Active Member

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    I'm pretty sure it happened at the track on a perticularly hard launch. For the eibach i'm not so sure i'm willing to shell out like 300 bucks for sway bars just yet. i dunno
     
  5. eibach stuff is worth every penny...
     
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    I found that the bullitt one is the exact same one as our stock one. Unless they are made of different metals, every size, shape and bend are the same.
     
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    anybody have opinions of steeda sway bars or the cobra bar? ???
     
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    ryclef331 Well-Known Member

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    Breaking rear swaybars is actually a common problem on these cars.
     
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    Sorry to kind of hijack the thread but if I got the bolt in tubular subframes that bolt it would those be good? I would also have the ends welded to.
     
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    has anyone had expierence with rear sway bars? ???
     
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    Yes, if you are welding them on the ends, they're just as good as most others.


    as for the sway bar....I'm getting a nice drag race roll bar eventually. I can't comment on using any one elses bars though.
     
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    u got a link?

    also just go to a junk yard and swipe one off another GT

    Steeda is a very good brand i would think its a very nice product and would be an improvement over stock
     
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    Well i got every thing sorted out i found a deal over at the corral for a Eibach sway bar with 5,000 miles on it for 85 bucks shipped. 8)
     
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    check out wolferacecraft.com or even UPR's site. They're weld on setups...
     
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    Stangsuspension.com has a front and rear sway bar kit for 300 hundred bucks.
     
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    I have bullitt sway bars on my car, they are not the same as stock. The rear is actually 1/4" larger diameter than the stock one, but the measurements and bends that you mention are the same...it's just a lot stiffer. As for the front one, it's 1/2" larger diameter than stock and again bent the same way.
     
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    The Maximum Motorsports adjustable rear swaybar is a really nice piece that can make a night-and-day difference in over/understeer depending on how you adjust it. It works well because the stock rear swaybar on a Mustang isn't mounted in an ideal way.

    Paul.