- sway bar
- body roll
2000 chevy impala broken front sway bar
Replaced with zz's sway bar the car is fun to drive again it's never handled this good ever!!
I got the lowering springs but the car still didn't handle right. I'm going to install this and the rear sway bar and see if that makes the car handle better. Although obviously it's not installed yet I received it basically the next day and the part looks fantastic! Thanks ZZP!
ZZP front sway
Pretty solid bar watch out for chipping off the powder coating when sliding it in. Other than that it is a very tight fit there’s less than a centimeter of clearance between the bar and the cv axles.
This is definitely an upgrade over OEM but I was actually pretty surprised that the original seemed pretty solid in its own right. This was a 4 Jack install, 2 tires and 2 control arms and I went in through the passenger side and slid it underneath the axle boot (attached picture). This took me a while to figure out and I scraped it up pretty bad even by leaving the plastic on but it ripped right off. Another upgrade I am glad I did along with the rear and trailing arms.
easy install, amazing handling
first off: I weighed this against the stock sway bar. the stock sway bar was exactly 10 pounds, and this one weighs 19.6 pounds. very nearly double the weight! installation was very straight forward, and didn't take up my whole afternoon even working leisurely. this thing eliminated so much body roll on my 2001 impala 3400! I even had to let a friend drive so he could see for himself. amazing product!