Its on. It took maybe 10 minutes. It appears that the endlink on my driver's side is bent. I have no idea how in the hell that happened, but it looks like I'll be replacing that soon. I suppose I'll try the Nissan Altima endlinks that everyone seems to be so fond of. I don't really feel any adverse handling effects due to the bent piece.
Anyway, my initial impression of the Addco is that I can definately tell its there. The car seems to behave differently. I recently installed the rear STB, so I'm still familiarizing myself with that, but I do feel a certain rigidity to the rear end of the car. I have bunches of backroads near my house, but I think I'll test the limits in a parking lot or something before going nuts there. I'd hate to learn the limitations or discover some unexpected flaw by plowing off the edge of a ravine into some sharp rocks
I'll continue to post my impressions as I become more confident in the bar.
I'm running a '94 626 2.0L and after adding the rear sway bar I notice a big difference in the turn in. My car now turns into the corners much better and with considerably less frontend push. I did loop it on my second hot lap. If your not careful the backend will come around much easier, but it is very controllable once you've run a few laps. I really like the difference. I am looking forward to our next track event.
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