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Old 12-14-2003, 10:37 PM   #9961
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Swaybar linkage shot. Also you can see the K Factory belt.........
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Old 12-14-2003, 10:44 PM   #9962
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no no, that's my car amg !
No no I have the option alloy Kyosho rear shock tower
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You have one lovely car AMG !!
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Old 12-14-2003, 10:54 PM   #9964
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From 3 racing for the fw05r
AMG, did you mean this antiroll bar is suit for the Evo too.. Just for confirmation.

Any opinion on not using any rear sway bar what will be my disadvantages?
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Old 12-14-2003, 10:56 PM   #9965
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You have one lovely car AMG !!
Thanks thanks. It has seen much battles.............

But I think now I mostly have the optional parts which add to the performance and still keep it light...............
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Any opinion on not using any rear sway bar what will be my disadvantages?
you will miss out an option for car tunning.
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Old 12-14-2003, 11:35 PM   #9967
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Is this 3racing antiroll bar really can fix into the Evo RR?
no, it is for R or RR and the holder body is a bit too long for EVO
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Old 12-15-2003, 12:06 AM   #9968
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AMG, did you mean this antiroll bar is suit for the Evo too.. Just for confirmation.

Any opinion on not using any rear sway bar what will be my disadvantages?
Hmmmm not totally sure. Mayby I could be wrong now looking at it...................

Best to check first before order.
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Old 12-15-2003, 12:39 AM   #9969
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Swaybar linkage shot. Also you can see the K Factory belt.........
AMG, is it the low friction belt ? What is the different.. Material?
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Old 12-15-2003, 04:24 AM   #9970
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Any opinion on not using any rear sway bar what will be my disadvantages?
As Manti says, you'll lose a tuning option, but it may just fix your problem, also.
For instance, we found a light bar helped when we had a solid rear end in the old "R".
Lately we've run a range of rear bars in the Evo and have settled on a 2.0mm bar. This is a bit lighter than the silver one, I think, and seems to work well.

What problem are you trying to fix?
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Old 12-15-2003, 04:36 PM   #9971
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AMG, is it the low friction belt ? What is the different.. Material?
Yes this is the low friction belt for the G4. It is exactly the same teeth count as the V1RR 27T belt. It is made from "silicone" whatever that means. I actually am running the 26T side pulley when running foams and I can tell you my drivetrain is psycho free with this combo.
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Any opinion on not using any rear sway bar what will be my disadvantages?
OK think of it like this.

The normal springs for the car (shock springs) control both the front/rear and side/side chassis movements. Without swaybars both of these movement controls are joined together. Ie. if you want the car to roll less you stiffen the springs equally, but this also makes both the front and rear stiffer and reduces front/rear weight transfer.

Swaybars act like "sideways springs". You can set the front/rear weight transfer using the normal shock springs and then fine tune the side/side weight transfer with the swaybars. Swaybars have no effect on front/rear weight transfer. So swaybars allow you to reduce roll in corners, but still have softish springs to allow good weight transfer to the front and rear under braking and acceleration.
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What problem are you trying to fix?
Actually ... nothing.. That was a history which a year ago once i got my first car V1RR I did asked a experience local guy and he mention to me that he doesn't use that sway bar. Why? I don't know why. and I'm still too new to feel the different. So it goes along way until now I didn't used it. But now i decided to use it with the new Kawahara rear sway bar set because he look cool.. (But I still not really understand the function until...... AMG explaination above.. ) That really make sense..! Interesting...interesting... Thanks guys..

But one thing I want to make sure.. which always bordering me.. Is the rear sway bar will make the car tend to more understeer during cornering ?
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the sway bar serves some purposes. to reduce chassis roll at corner, an effective tool to combat chassis roll due to excessive track surface traction. to reduce undue chassis motion at corner, i.e. faster cornering.
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the sway bar serves some purposes. to reduce chassis roll at corner, an effective tool to combat chassis roll due to excessive track surface traction. to reduce undue chassis motion at corner, i.e. faster cornering.
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