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Old 08-23-2019, 11:20 AM   #547
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Originally Posted by Mball19 View Post
I autocrossed my 86 in DS for the first time Sunday. It was a lot more fun than my WRX. Two things it definitely needs right away.
1. Front Sway bar. I was looking at the 22mm Perrin front bar. Are there better options in the $200 range? Is the Hotchkis bar to much with the stock rear bar?
I got my front bar from Strano Parts. It's the one he specifically designed for the twins when he was running one. I don't see one on the website right now, but you could try calling and asking about it.
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