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Found some big sway bars for Bacchus2 - free!


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I was talking to Jason P. about how much better Bacchus2 would handle if given some big sway bars, I am looking outside my parking lot, 4 other 02's just sitting, 2 definetely not restorable, it was a long shot but one of these may just have what I needed, BINGO! the last one I checked had a nice set, it also has a rod thru the block, blue coil, tii dist, thick spark plugs wires, 121 head, single solex! Can't figuer that one out!

Out to Quien Sabe Rd (my personal Nurburgring) to test my new set up!

Michael

38/38 with "new" sway bars

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That was VERY fast.. Thought it would take a day or so. It REALLY helps to have a lift and all the tools in the world at your fingertips.

How did it help?? Report in when complete...

Jason

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It feels very good now with the stock sway bar in

the back and thick one in front.

Question: is there anything to gain by switching to

stiffer in the back and thus increase oversteering?

Will it just negate the gain? These sound almost

like philosophical questions... I wish there was a

more scientific method...

Rear bars will go in tommorrow, but they may

come right out...

This is like finding a $100 bill!

Michael

72 38/38

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...lets the rear end play around a little more and keep the tires planted. I just put 19mm front and rear on mine and while it's fun having the tail all lively, it wouldn't make for the fastest time around a autox or road course. Ultimately I might go bigger up front and back to stock out back.

Just my $0.02.

Tim

'76 2002

'03 Golf

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use Urethane bushings up front and rubber in the back. I'm running 19mm front and rear (got 'em cheap) and use this setup to compensate for the mismatch (I'm too cheap to spend big $$$ on a larger bar that may not clear my A/C).

Mike

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URL: https://secure2.nexternal.com/shared/StoreFront/default.asp?CS=ireland&BusType=BtoC&Count1=119106471&Count2=36246895

....go BIG in back! Adjustable-yes. Pick your reference-Jeff

Ireland happens to be mine. I have the front hollow bar and

love it. I have a bigger bar in back-not sure what kind, but I

plan to change to the matching Ireland rear bar.

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