Nissan GT-R 2011, Front and Rear Sway Bar Kit by Stillen®. Quantity: Sold as a Kit. Designed and crafted at Stillens in-house studio. the Urethane Chin Spoiler adds a distinctive, customized edge to the already striking G35 Sedan. The look, fit, feel, and finish are factory quality, thanks to Stillens rigid production standards and the direct molding process used to create all Urethane components.
|Sway Bar Adjustable: 3-Point Adjustable (Front), 5-Point Adjustable (Rear)|
- Reduces Body Roll & Improves Cornering
- DOM Steel Constructions - High Tensile Strength
- Silver Powder coated Finish - Maintains Appearance and Protects Against Rust
- 3-Way Adjustable Front Bar - 20-38% Stiffer
- 5-Way Adjustable Rear Bar - 67-108% Stiffer
- Adjustable Sway-Bar End Links
- Poly-Urethane Bushings
- DOM Steel Construction - High Tensile Strength
- Designed to provide long-lasting service life
- Made utilizing state-of-the-art equipment
- Engineered to offer the ultimate in strength and reliability
- (1) Front Sway Bar
- (1) Rear Sway Bar
- Adjustable Endlinks
- Polyurethane Bushings
A precision driver pushing the car to the limits will find that the multiple levels of adjustment will allow them to fine tune and truly dial in the handling of their Nissan GT-R. For softer, daily driving the driver can set the sway bars in the #1 position, which offers minimal resistance but is still a little stiffer than stock.
For the driver looking to take their car to the limit they can go full stiff and set the bar to the #3 position front, #5 position rear. This is a huge jump over factory and really plants the car through the turns. The included adjustable end links allow this sway bar setup to be used on vehicles equipped with factory shocks or vehicles equipped with aggressive lowering kits or coil over setups. By lengthening the adjustable sway bar end link there is plenty of clearance for even the most aggressive ride height.
Stillen® Company founder Steve Millen has been globally racing at the professional level for over 30 years. From Formula Fords in Singapore, Rally Cars in Africa, Trucks in football stadiums, to Nissan Prototypes at Le Mans and the 24 Hours of Daytona. These are just some of Steve's victory credits. Steve captured the prestigious title of IMSA GT Driver's Championship in both 1992 and 1994 driving his Cunningham Racing prepared Nissan 300ZX Twin Turbo racecar. His lengthy list of wins has earned him a new title that may remain intact for decades to come - "The All-Time Winningest Driver in IMSA GT History."