I just called Rehagan and they're apparently out of the 18 and 20 mm 05-09 sway bars. Anywhere else I can get one or both?
F.D. Sako said:I was hoping Rehegan would have it!
Maybe we can try cortex and Watson racing as well, or post a WTB thread on SVTP forum. As a last resort there are a few take-offs on eBay, but not priced very reasonably.
further said:I just called Rehagan and they're apparently out of the 18 and 20 mm 05-09 sway bars. Anywhere else I can get one or both?
Swiss Boss said:I bought mine from newtakeoff over amazon a few days ago.
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ArizonaBOSS said:I run 305 Pirellis on the SVE Drifts and the Roush wheels, both 10" wide. They will work.
NFSBOSS said:Samo, was your rear axle originally painted black? In for you update.
13Boss#3328 said:F.D, I went with 20mm rear and the best result ( feel) I saw was with 5/5 dampers settings with camber of 1.5-1.6.
I think if you have more aggressive negative camber, starting with lower settings at the rear will be a good start. But then again your sway bar is only 18 mm.
Waiting for your impressions!
F.D. Sako said:Thanks for the tip! Although, I still haven't invested in camber plates, so I'm still on stock alignment.
I drove the car all weekend, one major improvement I've noticed was that the rear end is more planted during turn-in, but I suspect that is mainly because the shocks are now at 5/5, compared to 5/3 when I had the stock rear sway. I've also noticed the rear end doesn't slide as easily when getting on the throttle a little aggressively during a slow turn. Two more weeks until the next event!