so iv heard that reducing the size of your front sway bar is the best way to reduce the famous subaru understeer. anyone else heard of this or know where you can find smaller front sway bars?? thanks
So the car still understeers? It will not be easy to use bars to eliminate understeer without losing independence and without making the car dart. I like understeer though, so I may be biased.i was just wondering about the front sway bars i already have an upgraded rear sway bar
My '85 was the most neutral of the MkI cars, and they responded to the casualty reports by mellowing out the 86+ cars. Similarly, the MkII cars before '93 were snappier, then they saw the luck was running out so for '93 they revised the rear, changed the geometry and added 225/50s on 7" rims. As a result, I kid you not, my '93 MR2 can understeer, especially on turn-in in the wet.I believe your MR2 begs to differ...
Look to other methods then - I wouldn't get a smaller sway bar. I'd get a custom alignment first. I doubt you have adjustable rear camber (and its not cheap to get), but you could easily add some negative camber to the front wheels. After that, I'd look into some quality springs.i was just wondering about the front sway bars i already have an upgraded rear sway bar