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Whiteline swaybar settings

davidg2152's Photo davidg2152 31 Jul 2017

I picked up a 27mm front and 22mm rear whiteline sway bars for my 180sx track car.

Running cusco coilovers and Kaaz 2 way diff.

Any advice for a rookie as to what setting may be best to kick things off?

I.e. hard front / rear or medium / soft?

Any advice is appreciated.

Dave
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S15 sxytime's Photo S15 sxytime 01 Aug 2017

I've set mine hard front, soft rear.
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davidg2152's Photo davidg2152 01 Aug 2017

sweet I will give that a go. Thanks mate
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Dose Pipe Sutututu's Photo Dose Pipe Sutututu 01 Aug 2017

hard front will induce much understeer

soft front will induce much over steer

it's a balance, I would recommend medium front and soft rear... do a few laps.. then reassess, if the car understeers still bump up the rear... if the car becomes too twitchy drop both to soft
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