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Old 06-17-2012, 11:50 AM   #16
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Sway bars can be a good tuning aid:

Example, track has lots of rough spots requiring a softer shock setup, however, track has many high traction or high speed corners which may require a harder shock setting to prevent traction roll. Instead, you could use a hard sway bar with a soft shock to get you the effect you want.

In off road, think shocks to handle track surface and jumps; tires, camber, sway bars, roll centres to provide the turning ability of your buggy.

-Alexander
Now that's GREAT advice IMO
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