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    Default BajaRon ASB install

    Hi folks,

    Got our anti-sway bar and end links installed a couple of days ago. Nothing new to report here, just the same comments registered all over this site: what a tremendous improvement in stability and corner handling. Mush flatter in the turns.
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    Or is that less mush in the corners Congrats on a much admired improvement.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DGoebel View Post
    Or is that less mush in the corners Congrats on a much admired improvement.
    well, you got me there....your description is more accurate !
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    Thank you very much for your kind words. The sway bar is a great mush remover! You shouldn't have much mush from here on out! (Sorry, couldn't resist).
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    Default Congrats

    What can we that have it say... you installed it , you tested it...you know..!!
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    Kudos to BR for awesome products!!!!!!!


    I got an oil change kit for a 1330 from Ron too. Top of the line!
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    Default Another BR Disciple

    Just installed mine. Quite the struggle to get the bushing blocks in, but once done the result is immediately apparent.

    Wonder why the factory doesn't up their game and revamp the stock unit?

    Oh well....

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    Quote Originally Posted by CapnPete View Post
    Just installed mine. Quite the struggle to get the bushing blocks in, but once done the result is immediately apparent.

    Wonder why the factory doesn't up their game and revamp the stock unit?

    Oh well....
    Please! Don't say that! Someone might hear you!
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    Quote Originally Posted by CapnPete View Post
    Just installed mine. Quite the struggle to get the bushing blocks in, but once done the result is immediately apparent.

    Wonder why the factory doesn't up their game and revamp the stock unit?

    Oh well....
    I sort of have a theory on that.

    As many have commented on here the Spyder does take a little while to get the hang of, particularly for those who come from motorbikes. The less rigid sway bar does mean the handling is softer/muted when you first start riding. A lot of new riders initially complain the handling is too twitchy, until they get the hang of it and then start finding it too mushy. Its at that point Ron's sway bar makes a lot of sense.

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