[Es2] swaybars

Brandon Hull Hull at cardinalpartners.com
Wed Aug 11 14:19:32 EDT 2004

Eric Renneissen, one of the old school CQ guys, ran his CQ at the track
with no front ARB.   I thought that was a pretty tempting experiment
since our cars plough like pigs.  (Sorry no other way to sugar coat that
but it does come from a guy who switched to 911s) I didn't know there
was an adjustable ARB for the rear off the shelf but that would seem a
very tempting option.  Otherwise the back pages of Grassroots
Motorsports feature a half dozen adjustable ARBs which require likely no
more than welding on some mounts.  
Rick Houck has thought much more about setup for the track than I have,
but again I'd think that a soft front and a stiff rear would be the

> Ok, I've been trying to figure out what to do for swaybars. 
> RS2 front looks 
> good, does it fit right? From what I read anything over 19mm 
> in the rear can be 
> a problem. What are my options? Anyone using one from 
> Whiteline? Is there 
> someone that can make a custom rear SB for a good price? 
>  Update on my project: just sent crate of parts- DSY tranny, 
> 5 lug front hubs 
> from S4, K27 hybrid with RS2 ceramic coated manifold, RS2 
> injectors, MAF, 
> 993tt Big Blacks, Porsche 323mm cast drilled rotors with 
> custom aluminum hats, S2 
> steering wheel, and a few other parts. I hope to have the car 
> up and running 
> by mid September. I am choosing to take the AC out of the car 
> even though they 
> had it working fine with the AAN in. I guess the weight is 
> more important to 
> me+ I live in Michigan.
> Elijah
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