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    Stiffer Front Anti-Roll Bar?

    I'd really love to get a stiffer front anti-roll bar, has anyone seen an aftermarket solution? I searched the forum and online but found nothing.

    I have the Yaris Springs in the rear and custom cut 200lbs/inch springs in front, stock shocks all around.

    The car actually handles really well for what it is but I would like a touch less roll in front.


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    I don't think you need them.
    Either way, ultra-racing IIRC makes front and rear.

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    They don't make a front anti-roll bar. I am talking about the thing that connects the left and right struts Name:  swaybar-tech-07.jpg
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    Yeah I would love to have an anti roll bar on the front as well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ahausheer View Post
    I'd really love to get a stiffer front anti-roll bar, has anyone seen an aftermarket solution? I searched the forum and online but found nothing.

    I have the Yaris Springs in the rear and custom cut 200lbs/inch springs in front, stock shocks all around.

    The car actually handles really well for what it is but I would like a touch less roll in front.
    I haven't actually looked but I'm assuming the OEM anti-roll bar uses rubber bushings. You could replace them with polyurethane ones, that will stiffen it up some.

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    Yeah the stock one uses rubber bushings. I thought maybe the g4 or gt may have a larger rollbar but apparently not. The part number is the same from 15-17' for all models.

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    I would love a thicker hence stiffer bar for the front. I did come across one on the Thai forums but it seems like the person only made a few and is no longer selling it.



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