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Old 08-09-2002, 08:07 AM   #1
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Default Touring Sway Bar Design

Looking at all the different manufactures cars, and their designs I have been seeing two types of swaybar designs concerning the front end. The inboard ala Tamiya 414 m2 and the outboard lower design ala tc3.

Recently Yokomo has changed thier sway bar on the MR4 to the inboard type.

Anybody have anythoughts on these schools of thought

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I don't think technical, there is different between the two design. However, it is easier to change sway bar if it is the same design as MR4.
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