Dave is an expert. I'd rank him barely below DLF, or Duffy Floyd.
And he knew and worked with both of them. (Duffy was still with us, last I checked.
I have not yet read his post, but I'll bet it follows what I posted above.
At a proper angle, maximum force is transmitted; the object of the bar is to transfer force to the opposite wheel, to keep it on the ground.
More force is more better; If you had an external rocket engine that could supply an unlimited force, your wheels would never slip, and no swaybar would be required.
This would cause other problems, so this is not a popular solution.
EDIT: I read what he said, and he is absolutely correct.
If you are doing a street car, where you don't hit the limits of your suspension, it's all going to be ok.
If you're racing, you want every bit; so I'd cut and splice.
I said level with the ground; His statement of Middle point of travel is a better way to say that.
Thanks for the post; I don't do facebook because of all the data collection.
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