Detroit Speed Rear Anti-Roll Bars offer multiple advantages over the mostly lacking stock rear bar. Unlike the factory bar, the DSE bar attaches to the rear end housing and to the chassis Crossmember, as opposed to the stock lower control arm mounted bar. By using the chassis to stabilize the rear axle as opposed to the opposite control arm, you are able to minimize deflection when the car is placed under a heavy cornering load. The DSE bar mounts to the chassis with patented Swivel-Links end links allowing free articulation of the bar, eliminating binding through the range of rear suspension travel.
The Detroit Speed QUADRALink Adjustable Rear Anti-Roll Bars are intended to be used in conjunction with the DSE QUADRALink rear suspension kits. These adjustable anti-roll bars provide an additional way to upgrade the newly designed rear suspension for the ultimate in customizable performance without sacrificing ride quality.
Each bar is made of 3/4"-1-1/8" tubular steel for added strength. Most anti-roll bars offer dual rate adjustment for increased vehicle tuning. They come powder coated in a high gloss black finish and include end links (when applicable) as well as bushings and all necessary mounting hardware. All anti-roll bars are bent in-house to assure optimal performance and quality control.
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