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Does anyone have any experience with the Maximum Motorsports drag race sway bar/ARB - Part numbers MMRSB-6 or MMRSB-6.1.
http://www.maximummotorsports.com/
http://www.maximummotorsports.com/content/install/pdf/rear_susp/MMRSB6r4.pdf
http://www.maximummotorsports.com/content/install/pdf/rear_susp/MMRSB6-1r3.pdf

The kit looks very similar to the Miller Race Car set up that goes under the axle as most go on top. I like the idea of have a bolt on product and MM is known for their quality (though typically on the heavy side).

I am looking to 60' in the 1.4's and would like to know everyone's thoughts on this product.

Thank you,
Chris
 

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Very simliar to the Autoweld one that I have on my car.

Complete trash.
 

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I run it on my street and strip car and really like it. The car makes around 580 at the flywheel and runs 10.30s @ 128 with a 1.40 sixty foot. Here's a pic.



My very first launch with it set full loose. Photo courtesy of Mike Davis.

 

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Not exactly the same, but very similar. Been running this setup on the street and the reason i went this route is so i could clear tailpipes. So far best 60' has been 1.53 on 275/60 drag radials and a 1.49 on the third pass on 28x10.5s.

Im happy with this setup, but i think i read the team z stuff will also clear 3" tailpipes

 

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Mr Homer,

What don't you like about the MM rear swaybars?

It appears that you have reported this thread with regard to the mention of the Team Z product?

These people are free to discuss products that are out there. Also, with regard to your signature content, you don't appear to be an authorized advertiser?
It's fine if you want to provide "tech support" for MM products, but you're giving your company free exposure that other advertisers pay for... ;)
I do not see MM listed in the sponsor section? If that's a mistake, please let me know.
 

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It appears that you have reported this thread with regard to the mention of the Team Z product?

These people are free to discuss products that are out there. Also, with regard to your signature content, you don't appear to be an authorized advertiser?
It's fine if you want to provide "tech support" for MM products, but you're giving your company free exposure that other advertisers pay for... ;)
I do not see MM listed in the sponsor section? If that's a mistake, please let me know.
He asked the question litterally over 2 years before anyone mentioned Team Z in this thread.
 

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I don't think Jack Likes Team Z I wonder if he herd the rumors about Team Z making road race parts for Ford racing...LOL
 

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Not exactly the same, but very similar. Been running this setup on the street and the reason i went this route is so i could clear tailpipes. So far best 60' has been 1.53 on 275/60 drag radials and a 1.49 on the third pass on 28x10.5s.

Im happy with this setup, but i think i read the team z stuff will also clear 3" tailpipes

Does anyone have a contact # for miller race cars?
 

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Does anyone have any experience with the Maximum Motorsports drag race sway bar/ARB - Part numbers MMRSB-6 or MMRSB-6.1.
Maximum Motorsports, the Latemodel Mustang Performance Suspension Leader!
http://www.maximummotorsports.com/content/install/pdf/rear_susp/MMRSB6r4.pdf
http://www.maximummotorsports.com/content/install/pdf/rear_susp/MMRSB6-1r3.pdf

The kit looks very similar to the Miller Race Car set up that goes under the axle as most go on top. I like the idea of have a bolt on product and MM is known for their quality (though typically on the heavy side).

I am looking to 60' in the 1.4's and would like to know everyone's thoughts on this product.

Thank you,
Chris
Fully Equipped with MM Suspension and ARB.

1.4 60ft's



 
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