Traction is handled by a welded rear end. I have the battery center mounted
in the trunk. 205/50-15 tires, Kumho V700 VictorRacer. I have a watts
linkage in the making for more rear end traction but need to loosen up the
front some. I also run soft shocks on the back to try and keep from getting
too much bounce. I put the welded rear in because it was much cheaper (my
friend had it on the shelf from his 1200, same 3.90 ratio) and I just had to
change the gear set. Limited slips are very spendy. Maybe if I win the
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Mike Poorboy [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
> Sent: Monday, August 23, 1999 12:26 PM
> To: Miller, Don; email@example.com
> Subject: Re: REmoving Front sway bar
> "Miller, Don" wrote:
> > Whhat's the easiest way to remove the front sway bar?
> Remove the middle two
> > mounts and then the ends? Do you need to jack up the car to
> release tension?
> > Looking for safe and quick. I want to be able to try with
> and without the
> > bar at an event this weekend. Trying to help with the car
> pushing. Thanks!
> > Don Miller
> > 68 1600 (finally have all the power to the ground, now just
> need to turn!)
> > Meridian, ID
> How did you handle the traction problem?
> I guess turning is important if your autocrossing!!
> Hayden Lake, Idaho