My Mazda dealer said my front sway bar end link bushings are ripped and seeping. Didn't say I had to replace them right then but I have been getting some symptoms I wonder if related to this:
1. Car doesn't handle as well as it used to, feel a lot of swaying side to side
2. Rougher over...
I'm selling the rear sway bar setup from my 2010 Mazda3. It includes:
1. Tri-Point Engineering adjustable rear sway bar
2. James Barone Racing billet sway bar brackets and bushings
3. Moog sway bar end links
The sway bar is about 6 years old and some of the paint is chipping off, but it still...
I got my car about 2 months ago. I thought it would need a rear sway bar but I wanted to make a couple changes before I decided.
I added camber bolts to front and put on 225 width summer street tires (compared to crappy all seasons dealer put on).
After a couple nights of spirited street...
I know people say that the rear sway bar upgrade is probably the best noticeable performance upgrade after wheels/tires.
I am wondering if getting a front sway bar too is going to be the same level of noticeable performance or if its not noticeable and I just stick with a rear sway bar.
Made a stupid mistake and ordered the wrong part number, then dislocated my shoulder and didn't find out these aren't the right size till long after the return period had expired.
Test fit one bushing before realizing it, other than that they're untouched.
Cost is $80 direct from...
Well, in all the back order confusion, looks like I'm getting two of these sway bars sent to me when I only really need one. It's fits the 2014+ Mazda3 (item #62 .1127).
Anyone interested? This is literally brand new/unopened. Local preferred (Houston, TX) but if you're out of the area, I'll...
Would an upgraded front sway bar offer any advantage on our cars or with my current setup?
I still have a little understeer that I wouldn't mind overcoming. It would also be nice to loosen up the back end a little in hard cornering.
Racing Beat Front Sway Bar
Ok I know most will say research all the threads but I still have some questions on some things...
1-what springs have the best spring rate for street and once a month road course track use?
2-what rear swaybar will work best and are aftermarket endlinks a must?
I have a 2018 mazda 3 2.5lt sedan...
I've been looking at 2 different sway bars and I'm not sure which to get. The Eibach one looks better (and is a bit thicker) than the Progress one but is $40 more. I have also heard that Progress is a great company with high quality parts. Which one should I go for and why...
Anyone knows if there is enough clearance to regrease as needed? I am planning to do the RB front bar and use greasable bushings but not sure about the clearance. I know some people use JB greasable bushings so I assume it should be ok but just want to confirm and save me some labor removing...
I can't seem to find a dedicated Mazda mechanic here in Sydney - thinking to upgrade the sway bar but couldn't find much info. I'd rather do this with a mechanic who got a lot of experience handling Mazdas or should I just go with any mechanic (ie. it's a simple generic process for mechanics?)
FS: JBR shift knob $30
Selling my JBR shift knob. Has paint chips around it but still works as intended. Asking $40 shipped. PRICE DROP, $30 shipped.
I am located in Philly PA if you want to pick it up. If you have any questions or would like detailed photos, feel free to email me...
Tru-Torsion.125 Adjustable Rear Sway Bar
Used. With mounting brackets/bushings and grease fittings.
Some paint is missing. Can sandblast and paint if requested.
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I am looking to do a rear sway bar swap on my 2011 MZ3 Hatch. I like the idea of putting the Ms3 bar on the car but I know that the endlinks are larger bolts then the Mz3 on Gen1s, how about on gen2?
would i need to get new endlinks or shim it, or will it straight swap?
Just looking for opinions and experiences here. I`m a self proclaimed JBR fan, but I`m also considering the Progress RSB (it`s not the price. $25 difference is negligible). The JBR piece seems so much more burly, but that may not be what is wanted or needed on a daily driver.
Anyone care to...