A sway bar would likely be rigged up as well. Airbags inside the coils or lowering springs that are stiffer would help too. Maybe I'll order up some eibach springs for mine?
I was just thinking it might be easier to find a sway bar from a car that would only require some brackets to fit the Mirage. If you can find one with the proper dimensions it'd be a relatively simple install. Hardest part would be finding the proper bar and what it came from.
I posted pics a while back of one fitted on a cavalier or cobalt like this
Could it be mounted to the "frame rails" of the car instead then run end links down to the lower shock bolt? kinda like this neon Attachment 20989
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View my fuel log 2014 Mirage SE wussie cvt edition. 1.2 automatic: 37.7 mpg (US) ... 16.0 km/L ... 6.2 L/100 km ... 45.3 mpg (Imp)
I have been looking and think the 1st gen RX7 bar might work with some custom brackets since it has a narrower track and aftermarket adjustable bars are available. I converted my DA integra to a DC chassis bar with some custom brackets and hardware. The DA mounted toward the rear bumper to the frame rails and I want to get under the mirage and see if something like that would be possible.
Update: looks like ultra racing has move the bar from under the car to in the trunk. Rust issues? Anyone have experience with one of these new models?
It's called the ULTRA RACING - 19MM SOLID REAR SWAY BAR - UR-AR19-422
The extra bar you are referring to is the ULTRA RACING - 2-POINT REAR TORSION BRACE - UR-RT2-2028