Aug 12, 2005 update to the Saab 92x Linear project car

Saab Gets Some Small Tweaks

Despite having less than 900 miles on the clock, I felt the need to tweak my Saab a little more. The stock rear anti-roll bar is a pretty weak 13mm piece. While the stock bar from the Aero model is a little more substantial at 17mm, we went even further, finding a 20mm bar from a 2002-2003 Subaru WRX . It’s a direct replacement that has transformed our 9-2x from a terminal understeer to neutral, without making it overly twitchy at the limit.

Last year’s hurricanes were pretty intense and Kim and I found ourselves bouncing over fallen trees and various other debris with her Subaru Outback. I decided that some underbody protection would be a good idea for the new Saab and I found a used Subaru rear differential protector from a NASIOC member. We’ve got a proper front skidplate on the way from Primitive Enterprises for even more protection.

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