Another high quality product, Baja Ron' sway bar !!
Does the front end of your Spyder dive or lean too much in turns? Do you get pushed around in Crosswinds or when passing large trucks on the Interstate? Would you like to increase Stability, Traction, Steering Control and Handling? Does the VSS system (Nanny) slow you down when you reasonably try to negotiate a turn on a winding country road? This Custom - High Performance Anti-Sway Bar will make a world of difference that you can feel right from the first ride, and every time you round a curve in the road, pass a big truck or ride in crosswinds. All without increasing ride height or giving your Spyder a harsh or stiff ride .
The BajaRon Anti-Sway Bar does not affect ride stiffness or suspension height. DOES NOT affect Front End Alignment. There is no Drilling or modifications needed. Full Detailed Instructions included. Many Spyder Owners raise the Coil Spring setting on their Front Shocks hoping to reduce Body Lean, gain more steering control and improve stability. This approach will produce moderate results but also creates a stiffer, harsher ride. Stiffening the Coil Shock Springs to control Lean Angle is attacking the problem with the wrong tool. Though shocks are extremely important to a safe, comfortable and controlled ride, they cannot do the job of an Anti-Sway Bar. Installing the BajaRon Custom Anti-Sway Bar will GREATLY reduce Lean Angle without giving the rider a stiff, harsh or uncomfortable ride. Not only do you get better, more controlled handling, but fatigue is reduced and ride comfort is enhanced.
Because a stiffer shock spring setting is no longer needed, many Spyder owners return their shock springs to the 2nd or 3rd detent after installing the Custom Performance bar resulting in a much smoother ride.
Another video from The Spyder shop, this time we tackle the Baja Ron's sway bar for the RT series Spyder 2014 and up. Once again no pretension behind this, just a regular guy having fun and challenging himself. The installation is in 2 parts, i did this in pretty much real time so it was a bit long to do just one video. I walk you through everything, from taking the panels of to which bolts and screws are where, little tricks and tips as well as the actual sway bar assembly. i think i have over 100 camera shots and bits in this and i'm actually really happy with the footage under the spyder looking up when working. I hope you enjoy and it helps you out a bit, please share it around and of course give me a thumbs up if you think i deserve one. www.canamspyderaccessories.com The Spyder Shop Pierre Poliquin email@example.com 450-586-9608