- F3 / F3S / F3T / LTD
- RT / RTS / RT LTD
- ST / STS / ST LTD
- GS / RS / RSS
- Trailer Add On's
- LED LIGHTING
- SWAY BARS
- HIGHWAY BRACKETS /PEGS
- EXTRA STUFF
- FREE SHIPPING IN THE CONTINENTAL USA
2013 & UP RS/ST/STS/ST LIMITED BAHA RON PERFORMANCE SWAY BAR
WITHOUT BILLET END LINKS
THIS IS ONE OF THE BEST MODS YOU CAN DO TO YOUR SPYDER ROADSTER. THIS SWAY BAR TAKES AWAY THAT UNCOMFORTABLE LEAN AROUND CORNERS AND GIVES YOU THE CONFIDENCE LIKE NEVER EXPERIENCED BEFORE. HELPS WITH STABILITY AT SPEED AROUND TRUCKS.
IT KEEPS THE GOOD RIDE YOU ALREADY HAVE WITH OUT ADDING STIFF SHOCKS. PERFORMANCE SHOCKS CAN BE ADDED LATER IF YOU WANT TO TWEAK YOUR RIDE TO SUIT YOUR RIDING STYLE.
DO THIS FIRST, YOU CAN'T GO WRONG WITH INSTALLING ONE OF THESE!
I was told when I first got my Spyder that this sway bar was essential to have done. The bike road great from what I could tell and I couldn't get a good answer as to what the sway bar would actually do for the large dollar amount that had to be spent.
Well it turns out that it is pretty important and it does make a huge difference. It will eliminate the wobble you get when pulling out of a fast corner, which is a bit dangerous, and stabilize the bike. There will be massive increases to overall cornering ability as lean is strengthened and leveled. If you are experiencing grip vibration at higher speeds, like I was, it will eliminate or radically reduce that. This results in a more comfortable and safer ride. One other major plus was the resolution of skipping. If you have ever turned while going over train tracks and had your bike move over to the next lane you know what I am talking about. I was happy to find that that problem no longer exists. Rolling over tracks is no longer a problem which I believe is due to the interlinks more than the sway bar.
All in all the bar is essential to riding safety as far as I am concerned. It is expensive but well worth the price. I would also suggest that the bar must be paired with the interlinks. One without the other is not safe and you will see what I mean if you take a look at the stock plastic links.
I hope this helps anybody that is on the fence about doing this. Unknown on Aug 16th 2016