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. Muscle car engineers used small, weak sway bars - and sometimes even no sway bar at all - in muscle car suspension because the vehicles were limited by the capability of the era's tires.
Larger diameter than factory bar (except Cordoba) but mounts in factory location
|Sway Bar Type||Solid|
|Sway Bar Diameter (in)||1 1/8|
Reviewed by: Patrick06/21/2021 11:03PM
Product ownership: Less than 1 week
Purchased from: Performance Suspension Technology
The general layout of the kit is good, but we have had to do a lot of trimming to the sway bar to strut rod mount brackets as well as the drop link brackets. Even still, the sway bar is extremely close to the k-member and may rub when we drive it. Kit would probably be good on a car that does not have a factory bar, since you could then mount the angle brackets forward an inch or so. About 5 hours into the install and we still haven't been able to get it to mount with good clearance.
1973 Dodge Charger
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