Quickened turn in, less tire roll over
I chose to go with the Steeda front bar due to costs and the rings that keep it from sliding in the bushings. Bar fit great for the install, and I installed new end links with it, (122 9 8124 G Mustang Heavy Duty Front Sway Bar)... major suspension parts on my 95GT are Koni Yellows, H&R Race springs, MM caster camber plates, MM Panhard bar, MM solid rack bushings, Steeda Subframe connectors, and now this bar... Car had trouble with tire roll over in front at autocross on my RE-71R's, this bar quickened the transition time for the car to change direction due to the stiffer front end. And keeps the car straight when on the power hard coming out of a turn or in a sweeper at AutoX. However, I will work on adjusting stuff for this, braking hard then turning in for a tight corner caused a lot of push until the tires bit again... Maybe my driving, but also a result of the swaybar. Overall the car is more stable and rear tires have more grip leaving corners and mid corner. My first autocross with this installed was at Pitt Race with STC SCCA region and won CAMC against newer Mustang, Camaro's, and highly tuned catfish Camaro's. Part is great, just need to adjust my car/driving for it now. It's a good part to quicken the transition speed of side to side for the Mustang.
Peter Subosits from Kentucky on 5/9/2019