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PostPosted: Mon Mar 17, 2008 5:17 pm 
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does anyone has pics of this pan hard rod and sway bars?


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my question is, why would you want a pan hard rod lol. jokes aside, every mirage has one
IIRC, you can get an adjustable one from Whiteline, Jesse can get those also.

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the part number for the rear sway bar is actually the Whiteline sway bar, there are 2 choices, adjustable and non adjustable rear sway bar, im not sure which one this is BMR68 (either adjustable or not)

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Well if someone gets ahold of the guy at Revolution, let me know. Maybe he can ship mine out at the same time or give some kind of discount.

Mini group buy anyone?

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hey thats good I agree on that. count me in.


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Panhard rod = rear axle locator with an arc shape for movement, mandatory to relocate the rear axle if the car is dropped anymore than 1.5" closer to the axle, this does not account for taller tires elevating the car's body. Adjustable panhard rods are available from Whiteline and similar manufactures. I believe that the two biggest Aus suspension manufacturers like Whiteline and (can't remember the other name) are now under 1 ownership.

Rear sway bar stock is integrated into the rear axle (look underneath the axle for the hollow metal bar inside the u-shaped metal). Adding a rear sway bar that drills into the frame and or clamps around the axle housing, will get you lots of oversteer, as evidenced by jmauld (previous site owner) while he was autocrossing. He tried it and removed it because of what it was doing. It's preference and driver style, but most people aren't out heel/toeing around the track, so how fast you go is going to be relative. Bushings all around will keep the suspension from moving around alot, and will help locate the wheels in a more true fashion, but be prepared to make your suspension work even harder as a result!

I know there is an archive post here still with PMA123's pictures, just give me a minute.


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You guys do know Jesse is a member of the board, right? :wink:

http://forum.4g61t.org/profile.php?mode ... le&u=27813

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Cool Tim!

I was wrong... thanks for the info! and I remember seeing a pic of this... or maybe on our local board....

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http://forum.4g61t.org/viewtopic.php?p=111958#111958
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This is what the C52a guys need, not sure if this is perfect for the C62a guys but it should be simply because unless you have the 4G61 or larger displacement in a Hyundai, you will not have the turbo style suspension lower control arms, sway bar end links and so forth.


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I thought there was another pic listed on the site with all the turbo goodies, but I can't find it right now.


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Sway bar pics...
DSM FWD rear swaybar can be adapted to our cars:

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Same execution and same parts from Whiteline I suppose, but on Jason Mauldin's car:
http://gallery.4g61t.org/v/Flying+Eagle ... ?g2_page=9


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nice pics!! 8) thanks now I know what does it look like and where to install it. :lol:

what about the pics of the front sway bars and the inner front and lower rear Control arm? anyone


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guys any pics to share of the front suspension modification like the front
sway bars and the inner front and lower rear control arm.


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jesse still responds to PM on this forum. His user name is Revolution Motorsports i believe

great guy, great service!


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