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I emailed them and they would be glad to offer a group purchase for their rear sway bar!! Don't know the details but who would be in depending on the price??? The link is www.d-mproducts.com click on rear sway/anti roll bars and you will see it there!
 

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any info or reviews on there products?

ive never heard of them but might be interested
 

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Just to be clear this is for a DRAG RACING antiroll that allows ZERO articulation, correct???

I tried one of these(different brand) and it negatively impacted the ride till it broke crossing the railroad tracks down the road from home.

Like I said ZERO articulation, not good for ride quality but perfect for equally planting both rear tires at launch.
 

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Yes its for drag racing only or for limited street use.
Btw if someones daily driver frequents the track can't they leave on the stock sway bar? And only connect the race one at the track?
 

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Yes its for drag racing only or for limited street use.
Btw if someones daily driver frequents the track can't they leave on the stock sway bar? And only connect the race one at the track?
Ask them... when you find out lmk, cuz if so im down!!! lol ima need to hook and get u, tugg, and domesticabuse lookin slow:D
 

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no u cant have both had this similar set up in a malibu with a big block i had and it was horrible just lining up when u hit bumps and such
 

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Just to be clear this is for a DRAG RACING antiroll that allows ZERO articulation, correct???

I tried one of these(different brand) and it negatively impacted the ride till it broke crossing the railroad tracks down the road from home.

Like I said ZERO articulation, not good for ride quality but perfect for equally planting both rear tires at launch.
Would never drive this setup on the street. You will break something.
 
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