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    VR4 Sway bars

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    Has anyone had any of these, and why did they stop production?

    They work well for VR4s?

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    Do you mean Sanor / Quickor stopped making them?
    If so, bummer.........

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    Quote Originally Posted by Atrosity View Post
    (of course I can search this but the site needs content)

    Has anyone had any of these, and why did they stop production?

    They work well for VR4s?
    Don't have them, but most I've seen have liked them. Probably stopped production because of a lack of demand.

    As I recall, the rear bar tends to interfere with larger than stock driveshafts, like a 1 piece CFDS. I love my PST too much to go back to stock.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DanF View Post
    Don't have them, but most I've seen have liked them. Probably stopped production because of a lack of demand.

    As I recall, the rear bar tends to interfere with larger than stock driveshafts, like a 1 piece CFDS. I love my PST too much to go back to stock.
    Yep , i remember reading someone broke the sway bar by rubbing the CFDS

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    I have tried and run both PST brand CFDS on my 97' VR4. The single shaft nor present two piece shaft install ever made contact with my rear mount Saner sway bar; there is indeed a very small margin of clearance though! The clearance challenges others have reported/experienced might be attributable to slight variance in the sway bar mount point? I never had need to investigate but possibly there is sufficient movement to allow the sway bar to be pushed upward a small margin before torquing down the mounting bolts - is the only explanation I can surmise?

    Dan
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    I think the biggest problem people have had with contacting the sway bar with the driveshaft was probably under launch conditions, where the driveshaft wants to try and shift due to the sudden load applied to it.

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