Hellwig rear sway bar?

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  1. AzCats

    AzCats Member

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    I did the fronts hellwigs and didn't notice much of a difference. The rear hellwigs were night and day.
     
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    I still think that adding a Hellwig rear sway bar was one of the best mods I've done to date. Noticeable difference in rear end handling.
     
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    Right up there with a rear shock upgrade, both combined to make corners much more fun.
     
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    Think of this to.....Is or was it softer than front as if to say with the new bar is front and rear seem to be equally planted or does the rear seem over planted and make the front end push maybe....Its like any mod ya add,you add one performance part here it will affect another part elsewhere...Ex...Adding headers and cut outs n such and even a tune makes ya a lil quicker/faster BUT now ya gotta worry about stopping to....
    I see guys in the bike world do it all the time..They buy a $20,000 bike,cheap out on gear but buy a slip on(same as cat back on a car or truck)ecu tune,air filters n such but pay no attention to ride ability and braking..
     

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