Your Cart Is Empty
Video
Images
Showing 1 - 4 of 4
Video

We’re sorry. The information you have requested is temporarily unavailable.



ST Suspension Anti-Sway Bars Part #52185DUP Customer Reviews

Average Rating

2 Customer Reviews

ST Anti-Sway Bars

Reviewed by candice m (White Bluff, TN) Reviewed for a 1993 Mazda RX-7 — Apr 22, 2010 8:26 AM

Was this review helpful?
Yes   No
2 of 3 people found the following review helpful.

The shipping was awesome! The kit was easy to install with only a few minor things (on my car) that were a little confusing! But the kit is great it is exactly as pictured. I love this company and plan to buy more from them. The shipping was super fast, and considering I was recently jerked around by a few car parts companies like rx7store.net I was skeptic about ordering off line but my car is hard to find parts for locally. I totally recommend AutoAnything and this kit!

Suspension Technique Swaybars for the 1993 FD RX-7

Reviewed by Jared S (Beaverton, OR) Reviewed for a 1993 Mazda RX-7 — Aug 13, 2008 12:51 PM

Was this review helpful?
Yes   No
3 of 5 people found the following review helpful.

After installing 285/30/18 Kumho V710 tires and lowering the ride height significantly, one final step was to quicken transition times by installing stiffer than stock sway bars. The ST bars are quite stiff, and significantly reduced transition time and body roll. I've only raced the car once since this (Autocross) and the quicker weight transfer caused me to spin on the first run. It was fine after that, just took a little getting used to. Installation wasn't too difficult. The front bar does not use the same method to mount the end links as the stock bar - you will need to remove the end links and swap the left for right and right for left. It would have been nice if the end links had mounted the same way as the stock bar. The rear bar require some cutting on the frame. It's a minor modification. If you take a look at the stock bar, you will see there is a notch in the frame at each end of the bar for clearance. The modification is simply to make this notch larger for the larger diameter ST bar. It would be a good idea to paint the area that has been cut. The install wasn't too difficult, and start to finish was about a 3 hour job. It would likely take less time on a completely stock car, but mine has a custom Power Steering cooler mount that attaches to the sway bar mounts, and that required some modification as well.

ST Suspension Anti-Sway Bars - 52185DUP

(2)

Part Discontinued

This part has been discontinued by ST Suspension . We apologize for the inconvenience.

View all options for this product
Have a Question?
Have a Question? Ask a product expert! (800) 874-8888 Live Chat