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Old 04-15-2014, 11:48 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I recently picked up a 24mm ASR sway bar to upgrade from my 17mm ST bar and I was wondering if anyone knew the differences between the adjustable endlink mounts.

What I mean is does anyone know the ft/lb-age of each mounting point, or the % of stiffness between the two?

EDIT: NEVERMIND. FOUND IT.

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I like this guy already! Now, since you already made a thread about it, why not post up your findings? You know, since their is now a thread relating to the topic...
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Well, as obvious as it may be- ASR's website. Though in my defense they list the 24mm bar twice, once without the stats in the description, once with them.

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Designed to work with your ASR brace, the 24mm anti-roll bar upgrade kit offers the right balance of roll stiffness for your dual purpose street/track car. The anti-roll bar features 2 position adjustability and is approximately 46% stiff and 38% soft setting over the Type R 22mm anti-roll bar. It comes with billet aluminum brackets with polyurethane bushings. This anti-roll bar kit requires ASR endlinks.
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