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Thanks for sharing. (y) That looks like a mod I could do w/o screwing it up. 😁
About as easy as it gets, though I should have marked where the strut nut was when loosening the top to not change the camber.
107 with the door closed??!! :eek:


Thanks as always for the vids/info!

:)
That was at 9pm, got up to 109 in the garage earlier.

Hey dude...what is the part number...and where did you get it from?
Part number is UR-TW2-4159.
 

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About as easy as it gets, though I should have marked where the strut nut was when loosening the top to not change the camber.
Well that does it for me... I'm guaranteed to screw that up. 🤣
 

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Follow up this has been a really good mod. Highly recommended.
How has it been a really good mood? Why do you recommend it? Did the steering feel increase, is turn in sharper? Did it impact ride quality? In an 11 min video and follow up review of the product you have literally mentioned nothing about it other than the above two sentences twice.
 

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Sorry I hadn't answered in the way previously you would like. Assumed you were just wanting to know if I had regrets or change in opinion with some more seat time.

Specifically, based on my setup with a rear sway bar and being lowered on a prokit with front power bar, I had some oversteer prior. The front bar has helped noticeably remove the oversteer. That is the biggest positive change I've gotten out of the mod.

There are no negatives in noise, vibration or harshness. Steering doesn't feel different for snappy cuts of the wheel, though that is one scenario I didn't baseline and rarely do. Hope that helps.
 

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That's very interesting you were getting that much oversteer with that setup. Especially since you also had the front power bar as well. But I can't find the spring rates of the kit, which could explain some more. But one of the reasons I went with the smaller rear bar was because I felt the 22mm bar could be a little too aggressive with the stock front bar.
How bad was the oversteer?
 
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