Front sway bar fit problems - looking for options custom or delete?
When I gave my car to the body shop the only metalwork left was the nose and front x-member below the radiator. I foolishly did not give the shop the actual swaybar to test fit and now find the x member is a few mm too high and too far aft as you can sort of see in this picture sighting down the p/s mount.
I am not great at visualizing the effects of suspension changes, nor am I necessarily fishing for an easy out but: is there a reasonable suspension setup that does away with the front swaybar? As of now I have stock springs, spacers removed, koni reds. It will be a weekend car and will not see the track.
Failing that, from searching the BB I gather that some have had custom sway bars made. One thought is to get the car on the road (which is still many months away) and then take it to someone who can fabricate accordingly.
Any thought appreciated. Its a lousy situation.
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