The Anti-sway bar, also known as a swaybar, helps bumps on left side of the road from affecting right side of car and vice-versa. Nissan calls this the stabilizer.
B210 has a larger swaybar than B110.
See: B210 Swaybar Upgrade
- 16mm (5/8")
- B110: 17mm
- B210: 18mm with A12 or A13
- B210: 20mm with A14
- 22mm (7/8")
- 54617-H1001 BUSH-STABILIZER $3.35 USD
- 56125-18100 BUSH-RUBBER SHOCK ABSORBER $3.18 USD
- 54618-95W25 ASSY-ROD CONNECTING FRONT STABILIZER $23.72 USD
- formerly 54618-H2300
* Front: #877, 7/8" (22mm) $168 at swaybars.com
* Rear: #225, 5/8" (16mm) $132
B310 bar does not fit B110. It is about 3mm thicker than the 1200 bar. 955mm fixing hole centres.
Unorthodox setups on local race cars abound.
Installed the second anti roll bar. What a great mod, more or less, gained about 1sec on my rivals, missed 4th place for the day with 0:00.21 of a second.
Rear Bar Notes
Sway bars really should only be used as a fine-tuning device.
If you put on a rear bar you will end up lifting an inside rear wheel under hard cornering (unless you've got an LSD). Quite frankly you would be better to maybe throw another top leaf into the springs along with some heavier front coils.
SCCA Racer Tom: To stiff a rear bar will have the inside rear wheel unloading and cuase excessive wheel spin on corner exits , even with the stock A12. Next and more importantly sway bars are meant to be installed as a set , if you slap a rear bar on with the stock front your car will oversteer wildly. This may work fine at an Autocross but anything over 50 MPH the car will be a handful.Also keep in mind that big sway bars will affect the suspension compliance. My 1200 racer uses a 7/8 front and a 5/8 rear both are from Addco.