I have a 24mm H&R rear right now and am considering picking up a 26mm Eibach front locally this week; a new one popped up on CL for a nice price.
What are peoples opinions on everyone saying our cars don't need a front ARB? I'm looking to do autox and track days in my car and i'm going through all the suspension bits right now. I keep seeing people say just do a rear and be done with it as a front will cause understeer.
I'll probably go just rear for now then while I do mostly autox and then once I go bt and focus more on track driving, I'll toss a front one in.fronts will balance out the car especially in high speed sweepers,but mostly for track purposes. with rear only, it'll be livelier for auto-x and backroads
I've been going back and forth about getting a RSB. I really don't want to do any more suspension upgrades after this. I just want a little less understeer. Going off of The Bruce's recommendation I decided to order the H&R 22mm from Achtuning ($233 Shipped). H&R doesn't publish any specifications on their bars but using an online calculator it looks like it's about 50% stiffer than the stock RSB (59n/mm vs 86n/mm).
I forgot to add "Darn you all, Darn you all to heck". This is all this forum's fault.
The stock RSB is hollow, the H&R is solid. It’s 50-75% stiffer than stock.
It’s funny. I’ve read posts by people who I trust in this thread stating that a heavy RSB made their car unpredictable. Then there are guys like you who say you need a RSB that is 3-4x stiffer than stock. It seems like a personal preference kind of thing. There’s only one way to find out what you like, right?
I want the car to be a little more neutral.
I’m really not looking to make the car oversteer at all.
... Snap off the gas in mid corner & you will oversteer stock bar or bigger bar. ...