|06-25-2004 08:49 AM|
Rear Bar will give a good result with little to no ride quality reduction.
Tires, Look for High load rating. 91 or better 16s or 17s depending on local roads.
Springs (if base or high mileage do shocks too)
Quite a few others but these are the best cost / performance ratio.
|05-31-2004 11:08 PM|
This guy knows what hes talking about.... ^
|05-31-2004 07:54 PM|
I agree with Roadkill
rear sway bar
|05-31-2004 02:04 PM|
|Slaaby Seconds||Sub Frame Brace helps tighten up front end and reduce torque steer. Got one for sale (see thread in Items for Sale). I also live in CT. Will deliver if close.|
|05-31-2004 10:41 AM|
springs and poly sway bar bushes did it on my 9k
|05-31-2004 09:14 AM|
|Boxerchip||Ive got stage 2 anti roll bar, and new springs on my viggen. Im putting the konis on there soon, and that gets rid of just about all of it.|
|05-31-2004 08:39 AM|
|Tweek's Turbos||I vote sway bars. Front and rear.|
|05-31-2004 08:35 AM|
|BurnsSide42||good sway bars and bushings would do the trick. Also - if your shocks/struts are old - new inserts or even springs may be in order.|
|05-31-2004 08:14 AM|
id have to say ive heard the most about two things
expensive - springs, shocks, and dampers
inexpensive - rear sway bar
not quite sure on that though, thats just what ive heard
|05-31-2004 08:12 AM|
Best way to get rid of body roll
whats the best single way to get rid of "body roll"