Obin Robinson· Registered
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the green arros point to the first welds we had to do then we just placed welds inbetween those spots. the left side of the photo is the back of the car. the right side is towards the front. you're looking under the car from the passenger side looking at the inside of the driver's side rear wheel.
the angle irion was welded into that spot that "boxes in" the rear sway bar. it cost $25 (parts and labor) to do and it helped make the car MUCH more neutral to drive. the car handles like it's on rails now and i can corner extremely flat without any squealing tires MUCH faster than before. also in the winter i can go tail-out around any corners using liftoff oversteer. the car now feels almost like it's rear wheel drive with this little tweak.
i can upload higher res pictures or other angles if people wish. any questions? i'll be more than happy to help
Modified by Obin Robinson at 11:54 AM 1-15-2004