Reduced Body Roll
Upgrade your 2011-2014 Mustang's suspension with a new Eibach front anti-roll sway bar! This 36mm tubular sway bar is designed to improve handling, reduce body roll, and give you better turn-in response to get your S197's suspension performing better than ever. This 3 way adjustable sway bar has been performance tuned and is calibrated for Pro-Kit and Sportline performance spring kits. It is perfectly balance for optimum neutral-steering handling and precise turn-in response.
High Quality Construction
Eibach's anti-roll sway bars are made from hi-tensile steel alloy, cold formed, tempered and shot-peened for long lasting performance and durability. They also feature precision forged ends and OEM style pressed bushing locaters for a quality finish. Includes grease-able urethane bushings for increased responsiveness and a million mile warranty.
Eibach - "The Will to Win"
Eibach makes the finest performance suspension products in the world for your Mustang or Ford Lightning. When other suspension components sag, wear out, or create sloppy handling or a bone-crushing ride, top street tuners—like top race teams, from F1 to WRC, from Le Mans to NASCAR—inevitably turn to Eibach.
Eibach integrates the exact same technology in their street springs as they do in their legendary race springs. Eibach uses the world´s finest Hi-Ten spring steel, produced to exceedingly precise tolerances. Eibach uses world-renowned German CNC coilers, as well as many unique machines engineered and built specifically by Eibach—simply state-of-the-art technology, in every step of the manufacturing process. Shop LatemodelRestoration.com for your Eibach Mustang lowering springs, suspension kits, and sway bars.
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