In a message dated 06/27/2005 10:43:00 AM Central Daylight Time,
> The answer to that question, as I see it, depends on whether you're lifting
> wheel due to roll rate times body roll, or whether the rear suspension is
> running out of travel. On a stock TR3, the rear suspension runs out of
> travel fairly easily, so I feel increasing the rear roll rate (with a rear
> bar) helps. No idea if that applies to a GT6. But if the roll rate is
> the wheel, then you have to either decrease the rate in the rear (softer
> springs) or increase it in the front.
Interesting. I never ran a rear sway bar on my TR3 (but I do have traction
John Harkness had one on his TR3A for years. Then one day he took it off.
After racing the car without, I think he may have thrown it away. He said the
car was a shade loose without it, but he liked it much better (more
predictable). You could count on what it was going to do. His lap times
I have heard others say similar.