Im not sure if i would agree with that quote>A favorite quote of mine is:
"a fast car at the track is 75% driver, 15% tires, 5% suspension, 5% other,
With the above said... The "nut-behind-the-wheel" is always the biggest influencing factor."
In reality its how much you can push the car to its limits. Your limits as an amateur are different that a pro in the same vehicle. Knowing how much grip there is and what line to take into a turn. Its where driving experience matters.
the front 38mm bar (Hotchkis) on my '09 was tubular / hollow. They don't necessarily need to be solid to do the job.Hal- does anyone make tubular sway bars for Challenger? What's your opinion of tubular vs. solid bars?
Racing guys from my club had good results with big aftermarket tubular bars for the big boat LT1 Impalas, they worked will with less weight.