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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 10-11-2008, 10:51 AM Thread Starter
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Who has disconnected there rear sway bar and what difference have you noticed ??
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ive heard of quite a few guys doin it on there LT kits... its all preference. are you LT? if not i wouldnt risk takin it off....


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agreed, if you have long travel, you'll love it with out it, if you are stock, you better leave it on.
without it, it lets the rear travel independantly of each side.

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Yes I have fireball +6 LT. So what difference will I notice ?
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I dont run mine... at first the body roll seems weird but once you get used to the feel its waaaay better and you get full articulation in the rear.

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Does it cause unstability when turning fast in dunes or when going over crest of hiils

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No its actually better in those situations because the rear can move with the terrain ..if your worried about it unhook it turn it up and retighten it and then if you dont like it its only 5 min to hook it back up...

I did that with mine and I never hooked it back up, so just a couple of weeks ago I finally took it all the way off.

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I dont run mine... at first the body roll seems weird but once you get used to the feel its waaaay better and you get full articulation in the rear.
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No its actually better in those situations because the rear can move with the terrain ..if your worried about it unhook it turn it up and retighten it and then if you dont like it its only 5 min to hook it back up...

I did that with mine and I never hooked it back up, so just a couple of weeks ago I finally took it all the way off.
Bryan is correct...I have it disconnected on mine, thanks to RyanPsd for giving me the advise! and you will feel more body roll but you get used to the characterstic driving with it off. I would not connect it again for dunning. You will feel the difference when you hit the whoops section. I highly recommend it!
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I dont run mine... at first the body roll seems weird but once you get used to the feel its waaaay better and you get full articulation in the rear.

I'm in the same group as Bryan .
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#1 and cheapest improvement you can do to stock suspension. Mine has been unhooked since 15 minutes after I got it home.
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