well i was thinking i could get a few more pounds off the car by taking the rear sway off has anyone else done this or is this a no no
hmmm well i guess i could take it off and see if it has any effect. im running lowering springs in the rear. when i took the front off it did not really hurt how the car drove. only around curves at high speed (body roll) but it did help the nose come up at launchthe rear sway bar may or may not help you, it pretty much depends on you susp. mods.
I don't run one, but I do have an air bag in the r/r spring to help straighten the car out.
Think I should go back to stock like I did on the front and cut 1 coil I almost did that and then I read somewhere that a stiffer spring in the rear is better so I just left the lowering springs on the rear I have been real happy with the new front stockersif your looking for better traction & just a better reacting car at th track in general, the first thing to do is loose the lowering springs, they are hurting your more than any swaybar removal/etc trick will help you.
Start with half a coil. The idea is to have the front and rear mounting holes for your LCAs exactly parallel to the ground.Think I should go back to stock like I did on the front and cut 1 coil I almost did that and then I read somewhere that a stiffer spring in the rear is better so I just left the lowering springs on the rear I have been real happy with the new front stockers
cool, when u got rid of the quad shocks did u notice any wheel hop?? or did ur lcas take care of that. I just put lcas on and thought about taking the quads off but left them on just in caseI dont have any sway bars or quad shocks, i did new LCA's, UCA's, spherical housing bearings, K member, a-arms, shocks, struts, CC plates, and C/O's all at once when i removed the sway bars but i could not even tell they were gone.