Originally Posted by cruisn
Alrighty, where to start.
1: you bash me and say I am lying about this being a ttr rear sway bar... well...
.thsoe are your stickers. that is your bar. that is the shitty powder coating. and that royally pissed me off saying it wasnt your bar, weather it was on this site or any others.
me personally, I get the word out. I cancled my sale on this bar due to defects. im out a 100 dollars, but in exchange people will know the issues.
2: lets start with figuring out what the point of an aftermarket part is. I was under the assumption that this bar was to help aid in my cornering. has my car seen some good spirited driving... damn rights it has, has it ever been to an autocross track.. no. haave I ever hit anything... no.
3: after further investigation, the plates that are welded to the bar are the cause, or the first angled bend. they flex outwards overtime. causing the preload issue.
4: the bar was measured on a flat surface, dont call me on that. I dont **** around. I am about as honest as they come. the bar is mild steel, it will fail over time. there is no way aroudn that fact. metallurgy proves that fact time and time again. I jsut went to school for this in may.
5: the first photo of it sagging under the car, I know it was gonna hang there, I never stated an issue with it hanging there did I... the problem was after it was unbolted without the help of a jack there is no way you can get it within an inch of the bottom support... major flex issues there. when I first installed the bar it went in with no issues at all