Re: Traction bars & sway bar
I would do more investigating with people who autocross their Camaros.
I bet all of them have a bigger front swaybar and have added a rear.
IMHO, the best way to get a good handling car is bigger swaybars and softer springs (for a street car).
As long as the mounting of the sway bar doesn't interfere with the traction bars , it should be fine.
68 Camaro convertible, 6.0 LQ4 with LS3 heads, Vintage Air, 750 street demon carb, eddy perf rpm, GM hot cam, Hooker headers, 4L80e, 12 bolt, 3.55 gears