[DML] Re: Sway Bar was: DMC Netherlands
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[DML] Re: Sway Bar was: DMC Netherlands



A DeLorean rear sway bar is still available from Addco. Check 
addco.com or swaybars.com. I've never seen one on a DMC, but I know 
there are a few of these installations out there. It requires some 
drilling of the frame and makes the bottom of the car even lower (the 
bar hangs lower than the frame).

Dave Swingle

--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, Qumefox <qumefox@xxxx> wrote:
>
> dmc_5180 wrote:

> I don't claim to be a suspension guru, but wouldn't using a rear 
swaybar
> accomplish the same thing as increasing shock stiffness? Both help 
to
> resist body roll, which helps the cornering, etc. but it seems like
> adding a swaybar would give you the best of both worlds, better
> cornering without sacrificing the smoother ride the softer stock 
shocks
> yield.  Has anyone ever tried this? if so, how does it effect the
> overall handling balance? Any added oversteer or understeer?








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