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Have Koni 8611 struts and Eibach springs, looking for some suggestions for a good quality adjustable rear sway bar, this is for a 95 EGT and I am SCCA racing, Watkins Glen, New Hampshire Speedway, Lime Rock so it will be road courses always
 

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Not sure if there is any company that makes an adjustable rear sway bar, BUT, I'm pretty sure addco has a set that adds a bar to the front, and replaces the bar in the rear with a thicker one.
 

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There was an adjustable one at one time, zxtuner used to sell it but its no longer listed on the site. Good luck trying to find one.
 

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I don't have a basis of comparison, but I love my Suspension Techniques bar kit. It adds one 3/4" up front and a 7/8" bar for the rear. The car is lowered, is incredibly stiff and have zero to little yaw in turns.
 

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I can have one made. I have a custom FSB on my ZX2 now--made 15/16 (OE was 1"). I have made 3-way bars for Focus before (see photo)--the Escort bar would look similar.



My rear bar is the ZXTuner 3-way...and is 22mm (7/8" is 22.24mm). That is is good size, IMO--but it would depend the rest of your setup as to what would be a good starting point. I am tossing around the idea of a 15/16" (24mm) bar--but have not made one yet.

 

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Yep--I have that bar (ZXTuner) as well. I would do forged ends--like on the Focus bar pictured above. The ZXTuner (Progress) bar has welded ends.

I'd make --or remake-- 7/8" (22.25) and 15/16" (24mm) I think. I could do a 3-way 1" as well--but kind of think it is overkill (at least on my setup). If someone wanted one, however, it could certainly be done.

Anyone have an interest in getting something made?
 
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