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So What to Do Next?

i have almost my whole interior stripped out.
i wanna make the car more stable in the rear, is there any braces, roll bars, or something? obviously we do not have rear struts, so what would make the car more stable?

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rear sway bar, fe5 suspension



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i just ordered my fe5 struts! dont have neough for the rear yet, but i have like 0 weight in the rear so im not worried for atleast another month. but are you talking about a rear anti sway? like ebaich?
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someone(I cant remember who) makes a rear frame/subrame connector or similar concept that is bolted to the frame inside the car inside the reas seat area. If you nver carry anyone in the rear seat take it to a speed shop or anyplace that build race cars and have them install a roll bar assembly to tie all the parts of the car together.



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yes technically its called an anti sway bar



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talk to ff_drift_lol, he's got a crazy looking setup in his rear seat area.
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well maybe ff drift needs to post me his knowledge haha.
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There are rear bars available that connect to the rear suspension. OTTP's is well regarded. I personally have TTR's. It mainly reduces the body roll from the stock suspension.

Anyways, I definately reccommend the 08+ (SS/TC) FE5 suspension pieces.


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