Yes, SB-145 is the right one. Be aware that upgraded rear arms and hardware are pretty much mandatory.....unless you consider the wild ride you'll have when a stock lower arm cracks in half to be "fun" [img]smile.gif[/img]
It is neutral, but may be TOO neutral (i.e. oversteer prone) depending on other mods.
When my car was close to stock, it worked quite well. Once I got more power and a posi that works (hint : the stock Auburn, even when new, doesn't work worth a crap in turns) I had to back off on rear bar size.
Just a question but wont a bigger rear bar help on oversteer? I have stock rear bar and f-body front and i feel like i can whip my back end around like a feather if i'm riding the revs into a turn. Isn't that oversteer? wont a larger rear bar even this out?
If one wished to lessen the impact that the 1.25" front bar/1.5" rear bar has on oversteer, what other suspension pieces could be added (i.e. different springs, LCA, shocks, etc.)? I, like many, wish to go with this sway bar combo while trying to minimize the oversteer.
Another way to reduce oversteer on the F-body front, HA/HO rear swaybar combo is to run wider rear tires. This is the route I choose to go. As far as suspension mods go, anything that stiffens the front suspension, such as higher rate fronts springs and maybe even stiffer shocks, will reduce the car's tendency to oversteer. Also an even heavier (stiffer) bar than the F-bar in the front will reduce oversteer. I believe that HO makes a bar for the front that is heavier than the F-body bar.