what i was told with this today is to turn the bar hand tight...then turn it about one more turn somehow..you guys are smart youll figure something out to get it tighterbarnoun said:Make it as tight as possible...you do want to tighten the chassis, don't you? Actually, I'm not sure but when I had a STB I had it as tight(short) as possible and it seemed to work.
Umm, loosen the strut bolts, adjust the bar's length so it fits on both of the towers. Make it fit as tight as possible, put the bolts back on and tighten. It's not that complicated(4-6 bolts total depending on what bar you have).pksjay said:So i want it as short as possible. Ok with the front bar that is tough due to the fact there is an engine in the way. How does everyone tightned those up?
Thats good too. i would have thought the oppositte. And would have made the bar as long as possible.
True...it's actually the reason why I ended up taking off the STB in my car too(I have stock suspension).98sr20ve said:...It tightens the front and for some reason adds more understeer. Don't ask me why but I have tried it and found this to be true...