Complete your suspension upgrade with an Eibach ANTI-ROLL-KIT. While our PRO-KIT and SPORTLINE spring sets are regarded as the primary suspension enhancement components, the Eibach ANTI-ROLL-KIT allows critical fine-tuning of your car+s handling characteristics. Our ANTI-ROLL-KITs reduce body roll through increased design stiffness over stock bars. The result: increased handling and cornering grip in any performance-driving situation. Manufactured from cold-formed steel alloy for precision performance, and finished with a long lasting red powder coat finish, the ANTI-ROLL-KIT comes complete with all mounting hardware.
|Rear Bar Dia. (mm)||18|
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Eibach products are created to meet the extreme requirements of racing, from the 245-mph Mulsanne straight of Le Mans to the fender-to-fender combat of the Daytona Motor Speedway. The special skills of Eibach engineers are in the tuning of the individual components (springs, dampers and stabilizers) to achieve the best possible harmony between the driver, the automobile and the road. As a driver you immediately feel more direct handling and greater predictability. Nose dive under braking is reduced, as well as excessive body roll in hard cornering. In any performance driving situation, tracking stability-and driver confidence-is greatly enhanced. Whether you're talking about F1, NASCAR, WRC, CART or Indy Car, Eibach regards Motor Sports as the ideal proving ground.
Enhanced suspension products like shocks and springs play a critical role in creating a balanced high performance vehicle. Whether you want to attack the apex or mob the Moab, we have you covered with everything from coilover upgrades to high-rise lift kits. From faster cornering to more balanced stopping and acceleration, upgrading your stock suspension components will bring improvements you can feel for any street, track, or off-road build.
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