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Because of my trofeo suspensions, the car hop too much on the little bumps of the track. Andrea Belicchi advised me to soften my rear suspensions. So I decided to remove my rear swaybar (disconnected at this time). What a change ! The car is transfigured ! The car hop 80% less and stick to the asphalt like glue !

The car is more comfortable too. I removed the power steering some weeks ago. Today I confirmed it is a good idea. Even in bad situation I can control the car. And this time I can "read" the track !

The following video was 1 hour before I removed the swaybar...
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vikM...p?2007/09/07/87-la-trofeo-stradale-se-precise
 

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Lionel. . .could you post some pics of the outside of your car. . .and the inside. Have you taken out the back seat? What have you done to lighten the car? Do you still drive it on the road or is it just a track car?
 

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Rusty, everything is on my blog.

BTW, the back seats are removed and I drive my car on the road (not very legal, but I do).
 

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I only removed the pump. The steering is very hard at slow speed but very usable on a track. There is still an unprecise spot a the central point, same as with a the power steering but more evident...
 
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