The stabilizer works by using the twisting action of the rod to reduce the laterality that occurs when the suspension operates and suppress the roll of the vehicle body. However, it is premised that the stabilizer end angle is appropriate for the trajectory (movement line) that the suspension strokes. In many low-down vehicles, the stabilizer end, which moves in a circular motion around the mounting part on the body side, is pushed by the link and jumps upward. Originally, the suspension stroked by the input from the road surface twists the stabilizer through the stabilizer link, but the stabilizer end that has already reached the limit of the operating range lifts the body with the bearing as the fulcrum. This is a problem before anti-roll performance, and it is like connecting the suspension and body directly. "Adjustable stabilizer link" corrects to the position that does not interfere with the function of the stabilizer by shortening the total length of the link. In addition, the industry's first forged aluminum case has been adopted to achieve incredible durability in addition to being lightweight and highly rigid. With the restoration of the lost stability, you can enjoy the cornering performance and intense traction that sticks to the road surface.
◎ The industry's first forged aluminum case is used!
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