jimfab makes good traction bars, but traction bars are completely different from sway bars. a traction bar is not goin to do a thing to prevent chassis roll.Laosfu said:for the front... just get JIM fab traction bars... or suspension technique front sway bars...
Which Del Sol's have rear sway bars?gftgrill said:a del sol rear sway bar will fit a civic.
I just tryed that. You need alot of washers and to drill new holes in the LCA. Si end links cost like 60 each!!!! Maybe i am not going to the right dealership???? Anyways the end of the rear sway extents out about 3 inches away from the LCA's and the kind of bending moment the end link will see because of this distance is really going to decrease the effectivness of the rearsway. AKA you have to take off the end links that come with the sway bar and make new ones and try to move the end closer to the LCA. I am going to try making endlinks very soon at the SAE shop (check out the website). Hopfully that will work! If I can make an easy install with parts easily found at home depot Ill post it. But because of the pain involved in doing all this crap i recommend just waiting, saving up your money and getting an aftermarket one. It will be stronger and easy to install. By the way i got the rear sway off the integra for like 9 bucks (14mm) , so dont pay much for that rear sway. 30 bucks should be your MAX.Sushiboy said:I thought a GS-R swaybar will bolt right on to a 96-00 Civic? The holes are already drilled in the LCAs on my Civic … I was looking to buy a rear sway off of a 95 Integra, but I want to make sure it'll fit. Thoughts?
EDIT: Apparnetly, you need the Si endlinks for the GS-R to bolt up to the Civic EX.