Baja Ron's Swaybar - RT Series Spyder 2013-2019

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Another high quality product, Baja Ron' swaybar !!

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.





  • 5

    Posted by Greg on 2022 Nov 29th

    The swaybar made a huge difference on my RT LTD especially with cornering! Amazing product and service as well!

  • 5
    Sway bar.

    Posted by Pete Van Kasteren on 2022 Sep 18th

    Has made a noticeable difference in handling. Fairly easy install.

  • 5
    Baja Ron's Sway bar kit

    Posted by Donald Perkey on 2022 Sep 11th

    There is a little effort involved in replacing the stock swaybar, however the effort is well worth the difference in the my Spyder handles. At my weight of 260 lbs it settles down the tendency to over steer in the corners and completely stop the wandering, or hunting the front end used to have. I have added the adjustment for the shocks and am no longer looking at a newer model.

  • 5
    Arrived quickly and took it to my mechanic to install.

    Posted by Diana on 2022 Aug 28th

    The difference in the ride is noticeable, especially on corners and there is no pulling in the wind. Absolutely recommend

  • 5
    Baja Ron's Sway bar

    Posted by Bob BEAULIEU on 2022 Aug 18th

    Great product, addressed all my issues, more predictable in corners, crosswinds, wavy roads. Installation was made easier with video, for sure.

  • 5
    Baja Ron's Swaybar

    Posted by Luis M Gonzalez on 2022 Aug 13th

    makes a BIG difference on the handling.

  • 5
    Sway Bar changed the game!

    Posted by José Cruz Sr on 2022 Jun 20th

    Not an easy do-it-yourself project but worth the time it took to replace the original sway bar and replace it with a much thicker and stronger sway bar with links. Before I did the change my bike would sway crazily when trucks passed me going the opposite direction as well as passing me up going the same direction. I would fight the wind and lose the battle half the time, but after I did the replacement not so much anymore. A great deal more stable in handling and cornering. This is a product worth the price as it was a true game-changer for the ride.

  • 5
    Baja Ron Swaybar

    Posted by Juan Bailey on 2022 May 22nd

    I was amazed at how easy it was to install this sway bar. The hardest part of it was getting the Spyder jacked up high enough and then getting the Spyder stable in that position to get the old bar out. Once that was done and the old bar was out the new one went right in. On the test ride after I noticed the Spyder was quite a bit more stable.

  • 5

    Posted by Bennett Mark on 2022 Jan 21st

    I could feel an improvement over the OEM sway bar. The tapered spacers were a bit of a challenge to install. Definitely need a lift that will go high enough.