Eibach Adjustable rear sway bar

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  1. OffTheWall

    OffTheWall Well-Known Member

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    Recently I have started oval tracking my FB6.
    I just installed the Eibach rear sway bar based on feedback and the best way to reduce understeer.

    My question is: it has 2 holes for adjustments. Which setting will reduce the most understeer?
     
  2. sunofwolf

    sunofwolf Well-Known Member

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    its not the outside.
     
  3. webby
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    last hole is the soft
    inner hole is firm
     
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  4. OffTheWall

    OffTheWall Well-Known Member

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    Thanks Webby. I read a post by Nix saying that the firmer the rear the less understeer our cars will have.
     
  5. ron v

    ron v The good, the bad, and the booty

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    I run my car on the inside and boy is it firm. The outside if ur gonna daily though.
     
  6. sunofwolf

    sunofwolf Well-Known Member

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    I already answered the question:bananawhipdance:
     
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  7. OffTheWall

    OffTheWall Well-Known Member

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    Switched to the inside. Feels great. We’ll see how it does at the track this week and if my corner speeds increase.
     

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