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Spoon Sports Front Sway Bar - Honda CR-Z

Spoon Sports Front Sway Bar - Honda CR-Z 2011+


 
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Product Code: SPS.51300-ZF1-000

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The Spoon Sports Sway (stabilizer) bar reduces the amount of body roll during hard cornering. Employing a thicker and stronger sway bar, the Spoon sway bar provides better overall traction. Your CR-Z will react quickly to steering correction, maneuverability will become more natural, and straight-line stability will also improve.

The OEM stabilizer bar for the CR-Z is only 18mm thick, where as the Spoon Sports sway bar is 25mm thick. It comes with replacement bushing and links.

Applications:
  • Honda CR-Z [ZF1 / ZF2] (2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015)
Features
  • Includes bushing & sway bar links
  • Made specifically for the CR-Z
  • 25mm thick sway bar
  • Made in Japan

Average Rating: 5 of 5 Total Reviews: 3 Write a review »

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Best bang for your buck October 8, 2017
Reviewer: Justin G from Austin, TX  
Sway bar was backordered for a little while, but that didn't stop me from being excited about it.

Bar came serialized with a set of endlinks to match. Installation was a minor pain (lowering subframe, unbolting p/s rack) but when it was all said and done, the front end has much less body roll. The car is much more agile, the body is brought along with whatever turn you're making instead of lagging behind. No odd noises, nothing is making contact with the bar. (stock suspension, stock wheels). I agree, this is definitely worth the money.

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Best bang for your buck October 8, 2017
Reviewer: Justin G from Austin, TX  
Sway bar was backordered for a little while, but that didn't stop me from being excited about it.

Bar came serialized with a set of endlinks to match. Installation was a minor pain (lowering subframe, unbolting p/s rack) but when it was all said and done, the front end has much less body roll. The car is much more agile, the body is brought along with whatever turn you're making instead of lagging behind. No odd noises, nothing is making contact with the bar. (stock suspension, stock wheels). I agree, this is definitely worth the money.

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Spoon Sports Sway Bar July 21, 2014
Reviewer: Arthur from Tampa, FL United States  
I was very unsure of this at first.  I autocross, so try to combat as much understeer as possible and a larger front sway bar will induce understeer at the pinnacle of grip.  I ended up buying it after about 2 years of pestering from friends.

The install is surprisingly easy if you have the right tools.  I don't have the right tools, so it's a pain in the butt.  Luckily, I had a friend with the right tools to give me a hand.

Looking at the OEM sway bar compared to the Spoon one was comical.  I know that I couldn't do it, but the OEM sway bar felt like it would bend if I tried hard enough with my bare hands.

After I installed it, it changed the entire driving dynamic of my car.  The front end felt so much flatter when cornering.  I didn't think it would make as much of a difference as it did.

For the price, this is one of the best parts to upgrade handling you can get.  The only downside is that it's a difficult install for the average weekend mechanic with jack stands.

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