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FAYS2 watts link with Roush Stage 3 rear sway bar ?
Driving the Mustang in the UK must be "interesting" especially when you stop at a petrol station.
My suggestion about the bar is buy the FAYS2 Watt's link and if it doesn't fit then get a bar that does. If you drive the car hard then the benefits from the Watt's are so significant that you will not regret it.
White 08 GT Roush S/C 445 HP/Michelin Pilot Super Sports 285/35/18 tires/18 x 9.5 Enkei PF01 wheels/Steeda Comp springs/Koni Yellows/FAYS2 Watt's Link/LCA/Adj UCA & Mnt/Upper strut mnts/GT500 Brembo Brake Kit/GT500 Front LCA/X5 Ball Jnt/Bmp Str + more
Has anyone fitted a FAYS2 watts link with a Roush stage 3 rear sway bar ?
I understand that there can be space / clearance issues with some sway bars.
I have had a lot of helpful information from Sam Strano, but unfortunately he has not come across this specific combination. I am awaiting a response from Jim Fays.
I would be grateful if anyone else could help.
Fays2 Watts links come in two flavours - "normal" and "Shelby". The Shelby version frame doesn't hang down far enough to interfere with the stock rear sway bar. The "normal" frame does. The "normal" frame provides more adjustment - the lowest setting on the Shelby frame is about the same as the first position above the middle of the normal frame.
Has anyone installed one of these lately? I am having issues adjusting my rods and setting it up. My first question is: Are your rods parallel to the ground and axle when the vehicle is on the ground or are they inverted “V” shaped?
The only way my rods are parallel to the ground and axle is if the rear end is lifted about 1” before hitting the bump stops onto the frame.
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