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I have been running one for year. wondering if i would benefit by removing it all together or should i go to a stiffer rear sway bar. ? Mostly a track car.

Dont want an anti roll bar just yet.
 

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I would just keep it then, better to have one then not. I would much rather have an ARB though.
 

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The only ARB you want to take off is the front one.

You'll hook hardest when the rear roll resistance is as stiff as you can make it and the front is as loose as you can make it.

When the front of the car has anti-roll it fights against the rear bar trying to keep the weight even on both rear tires.

So removing the front ARB and going to lighter front springs is what you want to do, the lighter springs reduce the front roll resistance also.

Lastly both the front and rear need to be as bind free as you can get them.

Poly bushings can hurt with this they often have way more friction and bind than you realize, I tested the poly joint on my UCA's and shocked at how much friction and lack of articulation it had.
 
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