Fried like a Cheese Stick
Well if I never want to put the top down again....
A sway bar will have much more affect on the stability of the vehicle. The sway bar reduces body roll in turns, which is the tendency of the car body to move away from the radius of the turn (aka centrifugal force). By keeping the body flatter, you can potentially negotiate turns and curves faster. However, all that force has to go somewhere, and it is usually transferred to the tires. Lower profile, stickier tires with a sway bar will get you through turns faster and with greater stability.Here is my question - My experience with sway bars has been you need to weld/bolt it onto the bottom side of the frame, now that I know there is the rear STB - which would perform better? My gut reaction would be the sway bar, but then again I have to admit my ignorance on the rear STB LOL
Thanks for the reply.Racingline STB