upgrade that bar to the garbage or make it smaller if you want to kick out the rear end more in corners.
So I'm going to be dropping the k-frame to mess with the steering rack. It would be a good time to remove the front swaybar if I so choose. Anyone have auto-x experience before and after removing the front sway bar?
I am running an Neuspeed front bar, Shine rear bar, KW V3s with 512 lb/in front springs and 350 lb/in rear springs. Corner weights are near perfect and the front/rear balance is a horrific 62/38. This was after relocating the battery to the passenger side rear of the hatch, but before pitching the A/C system and power steering system (this weekend).
I've been auto-x'ing for the past 5 years, but I've always had the front bar on there. The car tends to understeer a little more than oversteer when pushed hard, but when the conditions are right, the rear end steps out a little.
WWVD? (what would Vortex do?)
I can definitely give you a hand when you install yours.
When are we gonna see you at some local auto-x's?
When my suspension stops sucking. One of my rear coilovers is leaking a bit (Koni should warranty it) and the damping adjuster on one of the front coilovers is seized. I need to have all my coilovers rebuilt.
Despite having under 15,000 miles on my:
R32 control arm bushings
New stock front control arm bushings
Tie rod ends
Steering rack bushing,
I still have a disgusting clunking/popping in the front end. It happens when I let off the gas or accelerate hard. One of my axles is new too. The whole front end is just crap
Last edited by EnIgMa '06; 04-25-2012 at 09:53 PM.