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2005 Mustang Sway Bar Eliminator

so a Sway Bar Eliminator How is driving on the street with this ? I know it replace the radiator support too? any one have one o these


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could you post some pics so i could see exactly what you're talking about? thanks!


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Mustang Parts at V8 Power.com: Granatelli Sway Bar Eliminator 2005-07 Mustang GT
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mustang v6, s&b intake, with painted cover flowmaster, 16x7 in front 17x9 in back,with 2 inch drop in the front, costume paint on rims, black grill, with gt fog lights with angel lights, and running mustang, smoked headlights, with headlight splitters, smoked out turning lights, racing stripes, blackout trunk kit, all new audio system, 4 jl audio 5x7 speakers front and back 2 jl 12 inch w6v2 with 2 jl 500/1 amps and pa system 1967 mustang working on
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word. thanks man

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Good for a track car. You will lose some cornering ability.

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so it will not be good; if i drive my car on the streets every day

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so it will not be good; if i drive my car on the streets every day
I wouldn't recommend it.

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You'll corner like a boat on the water without 'em.
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ok here's what you do jack up the front end and just remove the front swaybar ( no kit ) drive it around for a day or 2 if your ok with it then get the kit if not bolt it back on .........it costs nothing to try, just a lil time .........

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ok here's what you do jack up the front end and just remove the front swaybar ( no kit ) drive it around for a day or 2 if your ok with it then get the kit if not bolt it back on .........it costs nothing to try, just a lil time .........
yea, and if you crash your 'stang tying this then you can just go and buy a new one! costs nothing... or costs you a new car... just be careful.

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Steeda makes a radiator support that is much lghter than the stocker.You can leave the sway bar on or take it off which I like.I take it off for the dragstrip and put it back on for the street.

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