I was wondering if it would be insane to run a 22 mm front bar with a 28 mm rear....I figure such a large differential would kill understeer, but I'm afraid it would produce copious (and unsafe) amounts of oversteer. Has anybody tried this?
There is quite a bit of difference in weight between the two. The autotech is hollow and extremely light! I installed my rear today in about 45 mintes. Although some complain about the drilling needed for the autotech, it was easy (completed with cordless drill - 2 batteries) and the upgrade is quite noticeable. Can't beat the Mattech price either.
quote:[HR][/HR]What exactly did you have to drill?[HR][/HR]
Here is an excellent walk-through. Only differences I did was jack-stands were in front of rear wheels and I used car jack to lift the base of the coil spring to insert the strut bolts. http://www.abella.net/vw/autotech.html
by no front bar does that mean you removed the stock bar? with a stock front bar and a 28mm rear you will be all kinds of good http://****************.com/smile/emthup.gif Thats what I have been running for a year.
And go autotech. Its a significant weight different
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