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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old Nov 24th, 13, 09:21 PM Thread Starter
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New hotchkis sway bar part number 2207RC better than original?

Hey guys I asked the rear sway bar question before and got the answer that rear sway bars are not mandatory. I heard that hotchkis has a new rear sway bar for a 69 camaro and my buddy says they really help. What do you guys think? Does anyone know if these are that much improved? They are much more expensive and and I a curious is this worth it? The car is a 69 camaro with an ls1 6spd tubular upper and lower control arms qa1 coilovers, a big hotchkis front sway bar and hotchkis sub frame connectors that have been welded in. I may be missing something but I am wondering if this will help my wanna be pro touring frankenstein. Thanks in advance guys for any and all feedback, but please be positive. Thanks people.

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Re: New hotchkis sway bar part number 2207RC better than original?

The mounting is a lot beefier than the old system I've seen,I don't know if it's any better handling wise,but it does look like it could help tighten things up in the chassis with that beefy mount running from rail to rail.

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Re: New hotchkis sway bar part number 2207RC better than original?

As an aside you can get that "new" mount by it's self and add it to an existing rear sway bar.
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Re: New hotchkis sway bar part number 2207RC better than original?

From a bit more than a year ago...

https://www.camaros.net/forums/showth...ht=frame+brace

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