No. If anyone were to make aftermarket sway bars, it wouyld be a F/R set, which we would want.OIIIIIIO said:IS there an aftermarket RSB for the FX? I havent seen one yet... I'd hate to put on the stock and a beefy aftermarket one be avail...
This is great mod, I swear you can feel the diffrence right away. I took some hard turns yesterday, man my car handles pretty darn good for what it is!Ba Ba Luwee said:I did this AWD swaybar mod to my RWD today. I went to the dealer to get my 5700 mile service and took the parts with me just incase they would quote me a decent price. They told me $100 but that the swaybar I had was for a G35 too small :roll: . I knew they didn't know what the heck they were talkin about so I went home and did the install myself - thanks to Must post in How To Do's. I wouldn't have let them do it for $100 bucks anyway, and nobody should have to pay for this to be done since Must did a great job in detail in his posthttp://www.infinitifx.org/phpBB2/viewtopic.php?t=1762
I ordered the parts from Joe-(Everythinginfiniti.com). I did what Must said and bolted the tie rods to the brackets first which made it easy. I didn't drop the mid-pipe but slid the swaybar over it from the very back end down to the mounting point, yes it got a little tight at one point but not bad.
Took it out for a spin and wow the rear was more button down then before. I would get a top heavy feel going around corners and never liked that feel, well now its gone. Since ive had the STB on for some time now I guess ive got use to it because installing this rear sway I feel like it has made a bigger differance than the STB. Then again I guess they complement each other. I really like this mod, I feel safer through the corner now. This is a mod that ive wanted to do for so long but just never got around to ordering the parts, well im happy I did.