funwithmonkeys wrote:There are a couple of issues. I just got my struts shortened and before I did the swaybar was making contact with the crossmember at full compression about the same time I hit the bump stops.
At the same time it is almost coming in contact with the T/C rods.
I really like the Futofab sway bar but I am for sure going to need something different. If I just lower the bar the center section of it will be more than 3" below my crossmember and the lowest point on the car by a lot. I am going to remove it later this week and see if I can flip it and make it work but I think it would mean standoffs that are approximately 4" and would put the mounts of the bar lower than my crossmember. Also at the lowest point of the car. I am pretty sure getting a custom one made will be the way to go.
You could first start by shortening the endlinks to gain some clearance at the subframe. Also if you are not running roll center spacers, that will help the whole situation. As far as the tension rod touching the swaybar, you might want to lower the tension rod pickup. Not only will that reduce the anti-dive in the front suspension, but it will also give you the clearance you need for the tension rod.