I unhook mine for track day.
I've driven it like that on the street, and I do not like it. Sluggish steering response, front end wants to push thru corners, wants to wonder. Does ride nice tho... .
Lots of people opperate without it, but for the 10 minuits it takes to remove or reinstall the end links, I'll keep with that method.
good weight transfer but handling not near as good. still better than my 1st truck a 76 chevy luv........ loosen the end links up on track day and then afterwards tighten them down. try it, u'll like it!:lol:
Handling is fine w/o the front swaybar. Unless you drive like your in a nascar race, it'll be fine to daily drive w/o it. I pulled mine and have no regretts. I saved 25lbs off the front end and better weight transfer (front lifts more)
i removed by about a month ago, it takes about a week getting used to. Grn92lx is right, as long as you don't treat it as an open wheel race car in the turns, you should be fine! My 91 rolls a little more through the corners, but i have to be easy on it right now anyway, considering we have 2 inches of snow. FWIW, just go ahead and take it off, see how you like it, after all, you can always put it back on. You can definitley feel a Weight Transfer difference even w/ a stock suspension. Other than that, your front end will sit about 1.5 - 2 inches higher.
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