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post #1 of 6 Old June 3rd, 2012, 12:35 PM Thread Starter
 
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Sway bars.

Why do some RZR owners remove their front sway bar?
Is it useless? or of just no benefit?
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post #2 of 6 Old June 3rd, 2012, 01:40 PM
 
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Go for a good ride around the house if you have a place. Then remove both sway bar end links & zip tie the sway bar up out of the way. WOW !! what an amazing difference in ride quality. If you just ride trails & cruse less that 30mph remove both front and rear. Rides like a Cadillac over bumps, stumps, ruts, rocks ect.......

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Re: Sway bars.

What happens if you remove the sway bars and you drive 75 mph?
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bad news
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Re: Sway bars.

See im always balls to the wall and probably would not benefit removing my sway bars.I dig speed.
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See im always balls to the wall and probably would not benefit removing my sway bars.I dig speed.
Is there any other way to ride. Wfo all the time. I have an s so it never came with a front sway bar. I disconnected the rear and wut difference in ruts/whoops i can actually hold it wide open longer. There is noticable body roll on pavement but the benefitx in the dirt are too gd to worry about it. Jmo
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