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    Whiteline RARB stiffness difference

    Anyone know how stiff the fixed Whitleline rear anti roll bars are, compared to the adjustable one set on hard?

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    AFAIK they're not any stiffer than the adjustable one, Buddy. The fixed one is just set up to be as stiff as one of the middle settings on the adjustable (hole 2 or 3 out of 4 settings). I have mine in the second hole (not the softest, but next to the softest setting) and TBH I don't think it would have mattered if I'd bought the fixed one as I never probably won't change the setting unless I take the car on track (which I doubt I'll do). HTH Paula

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    I have a Fat non adjustable one and that has 2 or 4 settings
    so they are all adjustable dead easy to fit well worth the money

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    I have an adjustable one Moff, obviously can't really compare it to a fixed as I haven't had both fitted, but I am pretty happy with it. Kev recommended the 2nd hardest setting as the hardest was a bit too easy to kick the back end out.


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    I had an adjustable one on the GSI, but i sold it when i got rid. I'm now fancying one for the T8. I had the one on the GSI set on the hardest setting since fitting it and never adjusted it. I liked it the way it was. It's just, obviously the non-adjustable ones are slightly cheaper. I just wondered if they'd be stiff enough for my liking.

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    Think mine is on the stiffest setting - non adjustable type - as i wanted ultimate handling!

    loved mine when it was in use so id just get the non-adj personally bud

    save the dosh for more of that funky carbon stuff

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    I have played with all the settings on mine and now on the stiffest, there was a noticeable difference between the first and 2nd setting but after that there is barely any so if the non adjustable is somewhere in the middle then doubt there will be much difference, even on the softest setting there was a big change in the handling.

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