- sway bar
- control arms
- steering rack
- driver side
- body roll
Vaut vraiment la peine
La sway bar avant est totalement Worth it. Malgré que tu dois descendre un peu le subframe c'est pas si pire a faire. Avec sway bar AR et sway bar av de zzp,il y a une méchante différence sur la stabilité du véhicule dans les courbes!
ZZP Swaybar 1"
Easy to install & received it quick!
Very nice, semi-difficult to install
Ended up removing the rear cradle bolts from the lower control arm (had them out anyway, replaced the control arms at the same time), the three for the trans mount, two on the steering rack, and also loosened the two front cradle bolts while supporting the engine with a exhaust jack to make enough room to remove the stock bar toward the rear of the car. Don't make the mistake like me and not buy the rack bushings and rear trans mount at the same time. Do them all together.
Wow, that is STIFF...
I have the most responsive HHR SS go-kart that anyone has ever seen! You can't make the body roll and it keeps the car planted well beyond what my tires are capable of holding. Pulling into slopped parking lots with big dips makes it feel too stiff if that is even a thing...
Worth The price/time
Decided to rebuild my front end and bought this to upgrade from OEM along with the MOOG sway bar cobalt bushings. Much sturdier and thicker than the OEM one. I removed the control arms/tie rod ends(inner/outer) and the rear transmission mount in order to take the sway bar out. I didn't have to drop the subframe or mess with anything on the steering rack to do so. I pulled the sway bar from the Driver side out to the Passenger side. All it took was a little patience to get the old one out and the new one in. I paired this with the white line KLC175 sway bar links. Haven't driven the car on the new suspension but happy with the purchases so far