In Reply to: Anyone ever take off rear sway bar? >> posted by Useless Message Poster on June 08, 2001 at 14:07:51:
You have hit on a good point with the rear sway bar. Certainly a softer rear bar will always be better for traction out of slow corners. This is why Gordon Murray, the previous McLaren Formula 1 designer and developer of the McLaren F1 and numerous Super Touring chassis' for BMW, did not spec any rear sway bar at all for any of his designs. Note many of the drivers did request that one be installed after they started testing teh cars.
In any case, you might help your problem by going to a softer rear bar. This will increase understeer in other situations, so you might want to increase the rear spring rates to compensate.
My 2 cents,