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Anti-Sway Bar Help
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Hello EJ8Squad!

I am looking to invest in a solid suspension setup for my 98 EX coupe. I have done a very good amount of research regarding the requirements and just want to make sure I am understanding everything.

My intentions are to mainly daily drive the car, with some recreational heavy, spirited driving (most notably the Tail of the Dragon run). I have read that not going too big of a rear bar is the key for what I have in mind. The EM1 rear sway bar seems to be the ticket at 13mm. The subframe brace and LCA's made by ASR/Function 7 are some of the top of the line products as well.

My main concern is getting the correct hardware, and knowing what exactly I need to make everything work. Say I get an EM1 rear bar: Do I need an aftermarket subframe brace as well? Do I need to match those with new LCA's? What sort of endlinks are needed? I am in no means of doing anything strictly for "Bling."

I thank you in advance!
Dominick

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http://www.hondaautomotiveparts.com/auto...+LOWER+ARM

To install the EM1 sway bar you will basically just need the D-brackets, bushings, and the mounting bracket for the D-brackets if you don't already have them. You will also need endlinks and the nuts for the endlinks assuming you don't already have them.

Hardrace makes some alternative hardware like bushings and endlinks if you didn't want the Honda ones.

http://www.hardrace.com/index.asp

Not sure if I covered everything but pretty sure I got most of it. Good luck!
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(07-06-2015, 07:35 PM)Pekkle Wrote:  http://www.hondaautomotiveparts.com/auto...+LOWER+ARM

To install the EM1 sway bar you will basically just need the D-brackets, bushings, and the mounting bracket for the D-brackets if you don't already have them. You will also need endlinks and the nuts for the endlinks assuming you don't already have them.

Hardrace makes some alternative hardware like bushings and endlinks if you didn't want the Honda ones.

http://www.hardrace.com/index.asp

Not sure if I covered everything but pretty sure I got most of it. Good luck!

Much thanks my good man! hug
Dominick

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