BC coilovers, do I need adjustable sway bar links?

KC Chief

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I'm installing BC coilovers on my 2000 Viper, and while I'm doing this, I'm considering installing new sway bar links. The car has 30k miles. Aftermarket links range from $46 (Moog for example) up to + $300 for adjustable links. My question is, what do you recommend? Is it worth the extra $250 for the adjustable links? Has anyone else gone through this, and if so, what did you do? Thanks!
 

Michael Murray

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This depends purely on what you have the ride height set to. If you lower a significant amount it would be ideal to get the swaybar back to level. On the other hand, if you just drive on the street I wouldnt even consider adjustable links.
If you track you'd want adjustable anyways, for the corner balancing aspect.
 

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Any info on driver adjustable rear bars? Rally guys used them. Something along the lines of the arms coming off the torsion bar had easy and stiffwise moments of intertia so by rotating them, you could change the stiffness of the arms. So some kind of worm gear drive and a cabin crank???
 

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