A customers GLI that now has stabila front and rear.
Black Forest Industries is proud to announce the release of our newest product line: The Stabila Series Swaybars A long time in the making this sway bar series features solid sprung steel construction in both “Street” and soon to be available “Corse” applications. With forged ends and durable multiple powdercoat finish these swaybars are strong enough to stand up to whatever you can throw at them.
25mm MK4 Front Sway Bar
25mm MK4 Rear Sway Bar
This 3 way position adjustable solid bar is just what your MK4 is missing. Install is extremely simple and all necessary hardware and instructions are included.
As far as how low can you go.. the bar can support a 2" drop - beyond that we can't promise that it will work, but it is possible to go lower.
We have some pictures of it installed in our install instructions, which we will have posted to the product listing this afternoon
Just drove my friend 95 Camero with his new sway bars and I am sold on getting some for my 20th. Just wondering what the average thickness of sway bars usually is, can anyone describe first hand how their candle handles before and after they bolted these on? Thanks guys
Road head > armrest
Stock swaybar thickness is 21mm for non-sport suspension and 23mm sport suspension.
I believe that's correct - I don't have a guide of sorts to check stock sway diameters.
With some research on Vortex, I'm sure you could check me on that.
Our aftermarket swaybars are solid 25mm bars.
Check out website for more information on why we went with solid bars:
Other aftermarket bars come in vary diameters, based on your driving/performance needs.
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Hi, these looks pretty nice. Can you tell me if the bushings are self-lubricating like the H&R's? Do this bar require maintenance? I've heard bars like the neuspeed need to be lubed every 6 months or so to prevent squeaks.
I have a stock sport RSB at 23mm. Do you think I would notice much of a difference going to this one? Also, do you know if the stock sport bar is hollow? I already have bilstein sport shocks and H&R springs. Looking for better cornering and stability. I'd imagine the RSB helps to reduce understeer quite a bit. Do they come in black? Thanks
Myself, I have a Mk5 with our Stabila bar and I did not lubricate the bushings. I've driven thousands of miles with any binding your squeaking.
If you drive spiritedly, you'll definitely notice a difference with the Stabila RSB. Our solid swaybars are much stiffer and have a higher capacity to resist torsional load.
All of our Stabila bars come in a gloss silver powdercoat finish.
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