Installing a Sway Bar is one of the best investments in handling that you can make! A sway bar links the right side and left side of the car, acting as a torsional spring to resist body roll and keep the tires planted during launches. Musclecar engineers used small, weak sway bars - and sometimes even no sway bar at all - in musclecar suspension because the vehicles were limited by the capability of the era's tires.
PST has two types of sway bars to choose from - our budget line of G-MAX® Sway Bar and our high performance Pro-Touring Sway Bars. G-MAX® Sway Bars are built from solid steel and are a great upgrade over your stock setup. Pro-Touring Sway Bars feature a tubular (hollow) design in the front for weight savings without sacrificing stiffness, and an adjustable design in the rear to allow you to adjust the bar to your desired stiffness! The Pro-Touring Rear Sway Bars mount to the rear axle instead of the lower trailing arms, improving your handling by allowing the suspension to freely articulate.
Today we’ll be discussing our sway bars. We have two lines of sway bars here we have our GMAX, solid type sway bar as well as our pro-touring style which is a hallow type sway bar.
We will be discussing our sway bars, we have two lines of sway bar here we have our G-Max solid type sway bar as well as our pro touring style which is hollow type sway bar.