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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 09-17-2019, 04:55 PM Thread Starter
 
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451 custom sway bars front and rear

Fits all 2008-2015 except ED. Custom adjustable 22mm front and 19mm rear bars with all bushings, brackets, and hardware except front links. Use factory front links. SOLD
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Do you know why this will not fit an ED?
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Do you know why this will not fit an ED?
Might fit. Bend in rear bar is clearance for transmission. If you can verify that electric drivetrain occupies essentially same space as ICE unit then should fit.
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Might fit. Bend in rear bar is clearance for transmission. If you can verify that electric drivetrain occupies essentially same space as ICE unit then should fit.
Thank you. I will try to figure out how I can figure this out!
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Any pics of this installed? I'm intrigued.
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Front installs same as factory. Rear bar is Smarts4you Racing rear bar modified for adjustment. Install requires drilling 2 holes at each end of DeDion tube. Upper link brackets use rear engine cradle bolts.


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Front installs same as factory. Rear bar is Smarts4you Racing rear bar modified for adjustment. Install requires drilling 2 holes at each end of DeDion tube. Upper link brackets use rear engine cradle bolts.


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Thanks for the reply. What are your driving impressions? I've always wanted to try out a rear bar but I'm unsure if it'll be worth the $$$. Why are you selling yours?
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Sold the car. Driving impressions: gocart with a roof. With these, wide rubber and coilovers never had to lift off the gas. Controlled 4 wheel drifts are possible.
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I sent you a PM. Hopefully it went through, the forum is acting funny for me today.
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