As well, because you probably have more weight over the front axle line
than you did with the 1600 engine, you might consider a set of
competition front springs, to help bring back the original balance
between the front and rear end's stiffness - right now the stock springs
(I assume they are??) are working 'harder' to hold up the front end, and
so have less capacity to resist letting the car 'wallow' in a turn, or
"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