Applicable to: '99 + 1.8 liter
BSP front and rear anti sway bars.$203 to my door.A good deal as far as I`m concerned.
I have to admit I was pretty pleased with this company.They sent me the stuff pretty quick ,5 days and it was packaged neatly.The bars themselves are 1" front and 5/8" rear and are cad plated gold(looks nice) and is supposed to squeek less than powder coating.It also comes with urathane bushings and cad plated clamps.They also have 2 adjustment holes for fine tuning your settings.I set mine to both soft outward holes.The handling improved dramatically ,The car doesn`t lean like it use to.I think that this is a very cost effective investment for the pocket rocket.
The directions were pretty basic
but this wasn`t my first sway bar job so no biggie.Just make sure you have a
metric socket set some metric wrenches and metric allen wrenches.Well to put
it simply it was pretty easy to install this,the hardest part was removing the
front plastic belly pan.I did the job with jack-stands under the car so I had
plenty of room and no interferance pulling the stock sway bars out.I have a
99 with AC,I guess the AC cars a supposed to be harder but after I unbolted
the stock bar I pulled it out the passenger side with a few twists of the bar.The
only problems I had were on the rear D-Bushing clamps.The holes were a little
to wide so I just gave them a little smack to bring them closer...easy. http://miata.cardomain.com/member_pages/view_page.pl?page_id=177340&page=5
Have some pics of the installed product on my cardomain site.
Under 30 minutes to remove completely
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