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    Default G-body Spohn rear sway bar on SCandC.com

    anyone try the Spohn rear swaybar like on the SCandC site ? looks similar to the H&R rear bar, looks nice and I like that its not attached to the lower arms, I'd like to know how well it would work out on a vehicle setup for handling.





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    That bar is a great setup...*for drag racing*. The rate is WAY too high for a car intended to go around corners. However, we have a ProTouring version in the works with a rate intended to compliment a 1 5/16" solid or 36mm hollow front bar. It should be a big help to folks running stiff Moog 5662 front springs in their G body too. Stay tuned. ;) Mark SC&C
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    I thought maybe this would work, I know you told me about the swaybar you have in the works earlier this year any idea on when it might be available ? also any ideas on when the PHB 3 link setup will be done ?

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    Hey Marcus, when do you think this road racing sway bar will be available? Does it mount like factory, or like the one pictured above? I have the 36mm front bar & 750 lb TRW S-10 springs. I assume these are similar to the Moog one.

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    Scot
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    Hi Scot,sorry for the pokey reply. It`ll be the same configuration as the one shown above. It`s the configuration GM should have used in the first place IMO. The stock G and A rear bars have a decent rate until you bolt them to the long lower arms,then the rate drops like a stone and they become relatively ineffective for their dia. I don`t have a time frame on it but it`s not a drawing board thing,the dies are being worked on now. Mark SC&C
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    Not a problem on the timing. I had forgot all about it. But now I am thinking I want one when they come out. Any idea on a price?
    Scot
    86 Monte SS
    Soon to get a near 500hp LS2/T56
    http://www.pro-touring.com/showthrea...getting-an-LS2

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    Ill be getting one when they come available, considering the quality of everything else I have gotten form Marcus I wouldn't mind being one of the first to try this one out

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    god i love SC&C..they keep coming out with awesome stuff!!!!! when i get my $$ saved up...watch out mark...im gonna come running!!!!

    plus...i might be up there on sunday to get my other parts..you gonna be around??

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    Hey scot got any pics of the Vette rear disc swap? do you have a functional emergency brake ? what cables did you use ? how much work was the swap overall ? did it require shock relocation

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    Gbodyolds,
    I have the Baer brackets & shock relocation brackets. So yes it required relocating the shocks. But, I think if someone was making their own caliper brackets, you could mount them on the front side of the axle & not need to relocate the shocks. I don't have the emergency brakes hooked up yet. I need to get my @$$ in gear again & work on having some caliper mounting brackets made. You want to use F body calipers & Vette rotors. I was told to use 94-96 Impala SS E brake cables. I have them, but haven't hooked them up yet.

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    Hey check this out, Im still going to wait for Marcus's stuff to come out though.This bar can be used on the street too..
    http://www.spottsperformance.com/suspension

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    $500 for a sway bar kit is kindof crazy in my opinion.
    Scot
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    Quote Originally Posted by Samckitt
    $500 for a sway bar kit is kindof crazy in my opinion.
    LOL its not kinda crazy its hella crazy!!!!!!

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    I have always wondered about the rear sway bar.

    DID I HEAR SOMETHING ABOUT A 3-LINK. I would buy that in a second.
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    This 3-link


    Quote Originally Posted by Gbodyolds
    I thought maybe this would work, I know you told me about the swaybar you have in the works earlier this year any idea on when it might be available ? also any ideas on when the PHB 3 link setup will be done ?
    JEFF SHORTT
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    oh that three link I remember now!!

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    I for get the name of the company by they sold a GNX complete rear kit but it was $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$ but it looked real nice I did a google search on 3 link rear suspensions..

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    Oh, kirban?

    Jeff
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