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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.

  • Honda CR-Z [ZF1 / ZF2] (2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015)
  • 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: 1 Write a review »

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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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