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Suspension and Chassis Front Sway Bar Install?

R Veloster N

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Yes I have.

Nope, takes a little maneuvering to get out but will do so, without either. Suggest you utilize a hydraulic lift somewhere. it's not really a job for ramps. It can be done but be ready to bust some fingers.
 
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Curves

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Yes I have.

Nope, takes a little maneuvering to get out but will do so, without either. Suggest you utilize a hydraulic lift somewhere. it's not really a job for ramps. It can be done but be ready to bust some fingers.
Are you running a 24mm Front Bar?
If so, how did it change the ride on the street for regular daily driving?

My 22mm Rear Bar does not make daily driving any rougher.
 

R Veloster N

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24mm front and 24mm rear Whiteline. I didn't feel any change in the actual ride but you have to remember, I'm using a Mando ECS 10 suspension tuner. I can change the ride quite drastically, so ride to me is relative.

Turn in was much quicker and traction is noticeable better. I don't get any body roll as with the OEM sway bar and there's literally no effort in steering. It might be a bit more twitchy but in a good way.

I have the springs to install but I'm making changes progressively. I may not utilize them but I'll see as the newness wears off.

I'm also using Whiteline KLC180-295 adjustable end links and Anti-Lift/Caster Bushing Kit.

https://www.genracer.com/whiteline-front-24mm-sway-bar-for-2019-hyundai-veloster-n/
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AidenI30N

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24mm front and 24mm rear Whiteline. I didn't feel any change in the actual ride but you have to remember, I'm using a Mando ECS 10 suspension tuner. I can change the ride quite drastically, so ride to me is relative.

Turn in was much quicker and traction is noticeable better. I don't get any body roll as with the OEM sway bar and there's literally no effort in steering. It might be a bit more twitchy but in a good way.

I have the springs to install but I'm making changes progressively. I may not utilize them but I'll see as the newness wears off.

I'm also using Whiteline KLC180-295 adjustable end links and Anti-Lift/Caster Bushing Kit.

https://www.genracer.com/whiteline-front-24mm-sway-bar-for-2019-hyundai-veloster-n/
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Do you get any knocking noises coming from your rear bar ? Got a horrendous knocking noise coming from my rear 24mm bar. Thanks.
 

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I have also both front and rear ARB-s installed together with Whiteline drop links and their front anti lift kit. I am using ST XTA coilover suspension and Whiteline kit makes remarkable changes on the track. On normal roads more beefy ARB-s does not make much changes but if you will also install Whiteline anti lift kit, there will be also big difference on regular roads.
 

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I have also both front and rear ARB-s installed together with Whiteline drop links and their front anti lift kit. I am using ST XTA coilover suspension and Whiteline kit makes remarkable changes on the track. On normal roads more beefy ARB-s does not make much changes but if you will also install Whiteline anti lift kit, there will be also big difference on regular roads.
I assume that the car's big difference is in the positive way - for daily/sporty regular roads?
Stiffening the sway bars isn't going to increase the under/over-steering ?