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  • Sikky 32mm solid front swaybar s14 (soon to be s13 too) with heim endlinks

    http://www.sikky.com/view_item.php?id=12&catid=14

    Basically a swaybar designed to clear oil pan/other junk with ls swaps and the like.

    3 way adjustable 32mm solid design with heim endlinks.

    Just another option out there now, thought I'd post if no one heard of it yet.
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  • #2
    I have one. I am very happy with it, it adds quite a bit of clearance and the quality is very good. You can see some installed pics in my build thread here.

    http://nissan.240sx.net/viewtopic.ph...=141&start=500

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    • #3
      Didn't want to make a new thread for the same thing.

      Prices aside, does anyone have a guess at whether this 32mm hollow bar is stiffer than a Progress 30mm solid bar? The Sikky wins by diameter, but its shape is a taller U for extra clearance which loses some stiffness.

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      • #4
        hollow sway bars are always stronger than solid sway bars.

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        • #5
          My stock swaybar clears my LS1 oil pan ?

          Of course personally after working on a car with their kit, imo it fits like ****, and that swaybar doesnt bolt in worth a **** either.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Beejis60 View Post
            hollow sway bars are always stronger than solid sway bars.
            A solid bar of the same diameter and geometry is always stiffer than a hollow bar.

            The hollow bar is much more structurally efficient though. In that for a given weight it is much stiffer than a solid bar of the same weight.
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