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00-03 Mazda Protégé Powergrid Front Swaybar End Links (10M-75)

In today's high performance arena, there is more concentration on the whole car than ever before. The "g" force previously measured in straight line acceleration is now being mixed with the "g" force in lateral acceleration.

Within all of the suspension upgrades available for your vehicle, the most overlooked component is the sway bar link. This simple component attaches to the suspension and promotes stabilizing or "planing-out" the vehicle in a turn. Did you know that the simplicity of this link can hurt your car's performance?

Powergrid Inc. has created a system replacing the fixed-length pogo stick configurations. The Powergrid Adjustable Sway-Bar Link System provides the ability to easily adjust or tune the sway bar as part of the suspension system.

The stabilizer-bar has been overlooked as a tunable component in the production-based suspension system due to the lack of an adjustable link. The OEMs recognize that it is important to have a sway bar for cornering stability. It is installed in the suspension system and sent down the assembly line. From personal investigations, the sway bar with fixed length links can induce a load into any two cross-corners of your vehicle. The ability to neutralize the sway bar in your suspension system is a great advantage to baseline, balance, and refines your vehicle's handling characteristics. Powergrid has achieved this by creating adapters that integrate current sway bar link technology to the traditional sway bar architecture.


Before Adjustable Sway-Bar Links
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After Adjustable Sway-Bar Links
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The Powergrid system has incorporated adjustable THK resin ball-stud links. You may recognize their fixed length siblings that are finding themselves on many new production vehicles. Their toughness is supported by laboratory and field durability testing to the stringent OEM requirements. Heim joints and high misalignment spherical bearings were considered, but do not offer the compliance, the waterproof seal, and are limited in their range of angular articulation. The ball links also offer a very low friction in the joint and has up to 50 degrees of articulation. This eliminates binding and allows for smooth load transitions.


The Powergrid Adjustable Sway-Bar System in not limited to road race cars. Anyone that has taken the time to upgrade their street car's suspension should consider this product. Once again, knowing the influence of your sway bar on your suspension is as important on the street as it is on the track. Drag racers may want to include this system as a way to preload the right rear of their vehicles.

Pogo-stick links are 1940s technology that does not belong on a 21st Century vehicle. Ball links are here to stay, but there are too many of us that still enjoy our pogo-stick link cars. The Powergrid Adjustable Sway-Bar Link System provides the capabilities of modernizing your vehicle and tuning your sway bar rather than just install it. Powergrid allows you to "Adjust yourself in the 21st century!"


2005 Mustang Adjustable Sway-Bar Link
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 View Applications and Price List for Adjustable Sway-Bar Links 
$159.99
00-03 Mazda Protégé Powergrid Rear Swaybar End Links (10M-30)

In today's high performance arena, there is more concentration on the whole car than ever before. The "g" force previously measured in straight line acceleration is now being mixed with the "g" force in lateral acceleration.

Within all of the suspension upgrades available for your vehicle, the most overlooked component is the sway bar link. This simple component attaches to the suspension and promotes stabilizing or "planing-out" the vehicle in a turn. Did you know that the simplicity of this link can hurt your car's performance?

Powergrid Inc. has created a system replacing the fixed-length pogo stick configurations. The Powergrid Adjustable Sway-Bar Link System provides the ability to easily adjust or tune the sway bar as part of the suspension system.

The stabilizer-bar has been overlooked as a tunable component in the production-based suspension system due to the lack of an adjustable link. The OEMs recognize that it is important to have a sway bar for cornering stability. It is installed in the suspension system and sent down the assembly line. From personal investigations, the sway bar with fixed length links can induce a load into any two cross-corners of your vehicle. The ability to neutralize the sway bar in your suspension system is a great advantage to baseline, balance, and refines your vehicle's handling characteristics. Powergrid has achieved this by creating adapters that integrate current sway bar link technology to the traditional sway bar architecture.


Before Adjustable Sway-Bar Links
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After Adjustable Sway-Bar Links
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The Powergrid system has incorporated adjustable THK resin ball-stud links. You may recognize their fixed length siblings that are finding themselves on many new production vehicles. Their toughness is supported by laboratory and field durability testing to the stringent OEM requirements. Heim joints and high misalignment spherical bearings were considered, but do not offer the compliance, the waterproof seal, and are limited in their range of angular articulation. The ball links also offer a very low friction in the joint and has up to 50 degrees of articulation. This eliminates binding and allows for smooth load transitions.


The Powergrid Adjustable Sway-Bar System in not limited to road race cars. Anyone that has taken the time to upgrade their street car's suspension should consider this product. Once again, knowing the influence of your sway bar on your suspension is as important on the street as it is on the track. Drag racers may want to include this system as a way to preload the right rear of their vehicles.

Pogo-stick links are 1940s technology that does not belong on a 21st Century vehicle. Ball links are here to stay, but there are too many of us that still enjoy our pogo-stick link cars. The Powergrid Adjustable Sway-Bar Link System provides the capabilities of modernizing your vehicle and tuning your sway bar rather than just install it. Powergrid allows you to "Adjust yourself in the 21st century!"


2005 Mustang Adjustable Sway-Bar Link
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 View Applications and Price List for Adjustable Sway-Bar Links 
$159.99
00-05 Mercedes Benz C Class Powergrid Front Swaybar End Links (10M-75)

In today's high performance arena, there is more concentration on the whole car than ever before. The "g" force previously measured in straight line acceleration is now being mixed with the "g" force in lateral acceleration.

Within all of the suspension upgrades available for your vehicle, the most overlooked component is the sway bar link. This simple component attaches to the suspension and promotes stabilizing or "planing-out" the vehicle in a turn. Did you know that the simplicity of this link can hurt your car's performance?

Powergrid Inc. has created a system replacing the fixed-length pogo stick configurations. The Powergrid Adjustable Sway-Bar Link System provides the ability to easily adjust or tune the sway bar as part of the suspension system.

The stabilizer-bar has been overlooked as a tunable component in the production-based suspension system due to the lack of an adjustable link. The OEMs recognize that it is important to have a sway bar for cornering stability. It is installed in the suspension system and sent down the assembly line. From personal investigations, the sway bar with fixed length links can induce a load into any two cross-corners of your vehicle. The ability to neutralize the sway bar in your suspension system is a great advantage to baseline, balance, and refines your vehicle's handling characteristics. Powergrid has achieved this by creating adapters that integrate current sway bar link technology to the traditional sway bar architecture.


Before Adjustable Sway-Bar Links
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After Adjustable Sway-Bar Links
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The Powergrid system has incorporated adjustable THK resin ball-stud links. You may recognize their fixed length siblings that are finding themselves on many new production vehicles. Their toughness is supported by laboratory and field durability testing to the stringent OEM requirements. Heim joints and high misalignment spherical bearings were considered, but do not offer the compliance, the waterproof seal, and are limited in their range of angular articulation. The ball links also offer a very low friction in the joint and has up to 50 degrees of articulation. This eliminates binding and allows for smooth load transitions.


The Powergrid Adjustable Sway-Bar System in not limited to road race cars. Anyone that has taken the time to upgrade their street car's suspension should consider this product. Once again, knowing the influence of your sway bar on your suspension is as important on the street as it is on the track. Drag racers may want to include this system as a way to preload the right rear of their vehicles.

Pogo-stick links are 1940s technology that does not belong on a 21st Century vehicle. Ball links are here to stay, but there are too many of us that still enjoy our pogo-stick link cars. The Powergrid Adjustable Sway-Bar Link System provides the capabilities of modernizing your vehicle and tuning your sway bar rather than just install it. Powergrid allows you to "Adjust yourself in the 21st century!"


2005 Mustang Adjustable Sway-Bar Link
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$160.00
02-09 Nissan 350Z Powergrid Front Swaybar End Links (12M-5)

In today's high performance arena, there is more concentration on the whole car than ever before. The "g" force previously measured in straight line acceleration is now being mixed with the "g" force in lateral acceleration.

Within all of the suspension upgrades available for your vehicle, the most overlooked component is the sway bar link. This simple component attaches to the suspension and promotes stabilizing or "planing-out" the vehicle in a turn. Did you know that the simplicity of this link can hurt your car's performance?

Powergrid Inc. has created a system replacing the fixed-length pogo stick configurations. The Powergrid Adjustable Sway-Bar Link System provides the ability to easily adjust or tune the sway bar as part of the suspension system.

The stabilizer-bar has been overlooked as a tunable component in the production-based suspension system due to the lack of an adjustable link. The OEMs recognize that it is important to have a sway bar for cornering stability. It is installed in the suspension system and sent down the assembly line. From personal investigations, the sway bar with fixed length links can induce a load into any two cross-corners of your vehicle. The ability to neutralize the sway bar in your suspension system is a great advantage to baseline, balance, and refines your vehicle's handling characteristics. Powergrid has achieved this by creating adapters that integrate current sway bar link technology to the traditional sway bar architecture.


Before Adjustable Sway-Bar Links
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After Adjustable Sway-Bar Links
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The Powergrid system has incorporated adjustable THK resin ball-stud links. You may recognize their fixed length siblings that are finding themselves on many new production vehicles. Their toughness is supported by laboratory and field durability testing to the stringent OEM requirements. Heim joints and high misalignment spherical bearings were considered, but do not offer the compliance, the waterproof seal, and are limited in their range of angular articulation. The ball links also offer a very low friction in the joint and has up to 50 degrees of articulation. This eliminates binding and allows for smooth load transitions.


The Powergrid Adjustable Sway-Bar System in not limited to road race cars. Anyone that has taken the time to upgrade their street car's suspension should consider this product. Once again, knowing the influence of your sway bar on your suspension is as important on the street as it is on the track. Drag racers may want to include this system as a way to preload the right rear of their vehicles.

Pogo-stick links are 1940s technology that does not belong on a 21st Century vehicle. Ball links are here to stay, but there are too many of us that still enjoy our pogo-stick link cars. The Powergrid Adjustable Sway-Bar Link System provides the capabilities of modernizing your vehicle and tuning your sway bar rather than just install it. Powergrid allows you to "Adjust yourself in the 21st century!"


2005 Mustang Adjustable Sway-Bar Link
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 View Applications and Price List for Adjustable Sway-Bar Links 
$164.99
03-07 Cadillac CTS-V Powergrid Hotchkis Swaybar End Links (12M-5)

In today's high performance arena, there is more concentration on the whole car than ever before. The "g" force previously measured in straight line acceleration is now being mixed with the "g" force in lateral acceleration.

Within all of the suspension upgrades available for your vehicle, the most overlooked component is the sway bar link. This simple component attaches to the suspension and promotes stabilizing or "planing-out" the vehicle in a turn. Did you know that the simplicity of this link can hurt your car's performance?

Powergrid Inc. has created a system replacing the fixed-length pogo stick configurations. The Powergrid Adjustable Sway-Bar Link System provides the ability to easily adjust or tune the sway bar as part of the suspension system.

The stabilizer-bar has been overlooked as a tunable component in the production-based suspension system due to the lack of an adjustable link. The OEMs recognize that it is important to have a sway bar for cornering stability. It is installed in the suspension system and sent down the assembly line. From personal investigations, the sway bar with fixed length links can induce a load into any two cross-corners of your vehicle. The ability to neutralize the sway bar in your suspension system is a great advantage to baseline, balance, and refines your vehicle's handling characteristics. Powergrid has achieved this by creating adapters that integrate current sway bar link technology to the traditional sway bar architecture.


Before Adjustable Sway-Bar Links
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After Adjustable Sway-Bar Links
Click for Full-Size Image

The Powergrid system has incorporated adjustable THK resin ball-stud links. You may recognize their fixed length siblings that are finding themselves on many new production vehicles. Their toughness is supported by laboratory and field durability testing to the stringent OEM requirements. Heim joints and high misalignment spherical bearings were considered, but do not offer the compliance, the waterproof seal, and are limited in their range of angular articulation. The ball links also offer a very low friction in the joint and has up to 50 degrees of articulation. This eliminates binding and allows for smooth load transitions.


The Powergrid Adjustable Sway-Bar System in not limited to road race cars. Anyone that has taken the time to upgrade their street car's suspension should consider this product. Once again, knowing the influence of your sway bar on your suspension is as important on the street as it is on the track. Drag racers may want to include this system as a way to preload the right rear of their vehicles.

Pogo-stick links are 1940s technology that does not belong on a 21st Century vehicle. Ball links are here to stay, but there are too many of us that still enjoy our pogo-stick link cars. The Powergrid Adjustable Sway-Bar Link System provides the capabilities of modernizing your vehicle and tuning your sway bar rather than just install it. Powergrid allows you to "Adjust yourself in the 21st century!"


2005 Mustang Adjustable Sway-Bar Link
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 View Applications and Price List for Adjustable Sway-Bar Links 
$164.99
03-07 Mazda 6 Powergrid Front Swaybar End Links (10M-30)

In today's high performance arena, there is more concentration on the whole car than ever before. The "g" force previously measured in straight line acceleration is now being mixed with the "g" force in lateral acceleration.

Within all of the suspension upgrades available for your vehicle, the most overlooked component is the sway bar link. This simple component attaches to the suspension and promotes stabilizing or "planing-out" the vehicle in a turn. Did you know that the simplicity of this link can hurt your car's performance?

Powergrid Inc. has created a system replacing the fixed-length pogo stick configurations. The Powergrid Adjustable Sway-Bar Link System provides the ability to easily adjust or tune the sway bar as part of the suspension system.

The stabilizer-bar has been overlooked as a tunable component in the production-based suspension system due to the lack of an adjustable link. The OEMs recognize that it is important to have a sway bar for cornering stability. It is installed in the suspension system and sent down the assembly line. From personal investigations, the sway bar with fixed length links can induce a load into any two cross-corners of your vehicle. The ability to neutralize the sway bar in your suspension system is a great advantage to baseline, balance, and refines your vehicle's handling characteristics. Powergrid has achieved this by creating adapters that integrate current sway bar link technology to the traditional sway bar architecture.


Before Adjustable Sway-Bar Links
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After Adjustable Sway-Bar Links
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The Powergrid system has incorporated adjustable THK resin ball-stud links. You may recognize their fixed length siblings that are finding themselves on many new production vehicles. Their toughness is supported by laboratory and field durability testing to the stringent OEM requirements. Heim joints and high misalignment spherical bearings were considered, but do not offer the compliance, the waterproof seal, and are limited in their range of angular articulation. The ball links also offer a very low friction in the joint and has up to 50 degrees of articulation. This eliminates binding and allows for smooth load transitions.


The Powergrid Adjustable Sway-Bar System in not limited to road race cars. Anyone that has taken the time to upgrade their street car's suspension should consider this product. Once again, knowing the influence of your sway bar on your suspension is as important on the street as it is on the track. Drag racers may want to include this system as a way to preload the right rear of their vehicles.

Pogo-stick links are 1940s technology that does not belong on a 21st Century vehicle. Ball links are here to stay, but there are too many of us that still enjoy our pogo-stick link cars. The Powergrid Adjustable Sway-Bar Link System provides the capabilities of modernizing your vehicle and tuning your sway bar rather than just install it. Powergrid allows you to "Adjust yourself in the 21st century!"


2005 Mustang Adjustable Sway-Bar Link
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 View Applications and Price List for Adjustable Sway-Bar Links 
$159.99
05-14 Ford Mustang Powergrid Front Swaybar End Links (12M-75)

In today's high performance arena, there is more concentration on the whole car than ever before. The "g" force previously measured in straight line acceleration is now being mixed with the "g" force in lateral acceleration.

Within all of the suspension upgrades available for your vehicle, the most overlooked component is the sway bar link. This simple component attaches to the suspension and promotes stabilizing or "planing-out" the vehicle in a turn. Did you know that the simplicity of this link can hurt your car's performance?

Powergrid Inc. has created a system replacing the fixed-length pogo stick configurations. The Powergrid Adjustable Sway-Bar Link System provides the ability to easily adjust or tune the sway bar as part of the suspension system.

The stabilizer-bar has been overlooked as a tunable component in the production-based suspension system due to the lack of an adjustable link. The OEMs recognize that it is important to have a sway bar for cornering stability. It is installed in the suspension system and sent down the assembly line. From personal investigations, the sway bar with fixed length links can induce a load into any two cross-corners of your vehicle. The ability to neutralize the sway bar in your suspension system is a great advantage to baseline, balance, and refines your vehicle's handling characteristics. Powergrid has achieved this by creating adapters that integrate current sway bar link technology to the traditional sway bar architecture.


Before Adjustable Sway-Bar Links
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After Adjustable Sway-Bar Links
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The Powergrid system has incorporated adjustable THK resin ball-stud links. You may recognize their fixed length siblings that are finding themselves on many new production vehicles. Their toughness is supported by laboratory and field durability testing to the stringent OEM requirements. Heim joints and high misalignment spherical bearings were considered, but do not offer the compliance, the waterproof seal, and are limited in their range of angular articulation. The ball links also offer a very low friction in the joint and has up to 50 degrees of articulation. This eliminates binding and allows for smooth load transitions.


The Powergrid Adjustable Sway-Bar System in not limited to road race cars. Anyone that has taken the time to upgrade their street car's suspension should consider this product. Once again, knowing the influence of your sway bar on your suspension is as important on the street as it is on the track. Drag racers may want to include this system as a way to preload the right rear of their vehicles.

Pogo-stick links are 1940s technology that does not belong on a 21st Century vehicle. Ball links are here to stay, but there are too many of us that still enjoy our pogo-stick link cars. The Powergrid Adjustable Sway-Bar Link System provides the capabilities of modernizing your vehicle and tuning your sway bar rather than just install it. Powergrid allows you to "Adjust yourself in the 21st century!"


2005 Mustang Adjustable Sway-Bar Link
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 View Applications and Price List for Adjustable Sway-Bar Links 
$164.99
06-07 Mazdaspeed 6 Powergrid Front Swaybar End Links (10M-30)

In today's high performance arena, there is more concentration on the whole car than ever before. The "g" force previously measured in straight line acceleration is now being mixed with the "g" force in lateral acceleration.

Within all of the suspension upgrades available for your vehicle, the most overlooked component is the sway bar link. This simple component attaches to the suspension and promotes stabilizing or "planing-out" the vehicle in a turn. Did you know that the simplicity of this link can hurt your car's performance?

Powergrid Inc. has created a system replacing the fixed-length pogo stick configurations. The Powergrid Adjustable Sway-Bar Link System provides the ability to easily adjust or tune the sway bar as part of the suspension system.

The stabilizer-bar has been overlooked as a tunable component in the production-based suspension system due to the lack of an adjustable link. The OEMs recognize that it is important to have a sway bar for cornering stability. It is installed in the suspension system and sent down the assembly line. From personal investigations, the sway bar with fixed length links can induce a load into any two cross-corners of your vehicle. The ability to neutralize the sway bar in your suspension system is a great advantage to baseline, balance, and refines your vehicle's handling characteristics. Powergrid has achieved this by creating adapters that integrate current sway bar link technology to the traditional sway bar architecture.


Before Adjustable Sway-Bar Links
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After Adjustable Sway-Bar Links
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The Powergrid system has incorporated adjustable THK resin ball-stud links. You may recognize their fixed length siblings that are finding themselves on many new production vehicles. Their toughness is supported by laboratory and field durability testing to the stringent OEM requirements. Heim joints and high misalignment spherical bearings were considered, but do not offer the compliance, the waterproof seal, and are limited in their range of angular articulation. The ball links also offer a very low friction in the joint and has up to 50 degrees of articulation. This eliminates binding and allows for smooth load transitions.


The Powergrid Adjustable Sway-Bar System in not limited to road race cars. Anyone that has taken the time to upgrade their street car's suspension should consider this product. Once again, knowing the influence of your sway bar on your suspension is as important on the street as it is on the track. Drag racers may want to include this system as a way to preload the right rear of their vehicles.

Pogo-stick links are 1940s technology that does not belong on a 21st Century vehicle. Ball links are here to stay, but there are too many of us that still enjoy our pogo-stick link cars. The Powergrid Adjustable Sway-Bar Link System provides the capabilities of modernizing your vehicle and tuning your sway bar rather than just install it. Powergrid allows you to "Adjust yourself in the 21st century!"


2005 Mustang Adjustable Sway-Bar Link
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 View Applications and Price List for Adjustable Sway-Bar Links 
$159.99
92-97 Subaru Alcyone SVX Powergrid Front Swaybar End Links (10M-55)

In today's high performance arena, there is more concentration on the whole car than ever before. The "g" force previously measured in straight line acceleration is now being mixed with the "g" force in lateral acceleration.

Within all of the suspension upgrades available for your vehicle, the most overlooked component is the sway bar link. This simple component attaches to the suspension and promotes stabilizing or "planing-out" the vehicle in a turn. Did you know that the simplicity of this link can hurt your car's performance?

Powergrid Inc. has created a system replacing the fixed-length pogo stick configurations. The Powergrid Adjustable Sway-Bar Link System provides the ability to easily adjust or tune the sway bar as part of the suspension system.

The stabilizer-bar has been overlooked as a tunable component in the production-based suspension system due to the lack of an adjustable link. The OEMs recognize that it is important to have a sway bar for cornering stability. It is installed in the suspension system and sent down the assembly line. From personal investigations, the sway bar with fixed length links can induce a load into any two cross-corners of your vehicle. The ability to neutralize the sway bar in your suspension system is a great advantage to baseline, balance, and refines your vehicle's handling characteristics. Powergrid has achieved this by creating adapters that integrate current sway bar link technology to the traditional sway bar architecture.


Before Adjustable Sway-Bar Links
Click for Full-Size Image


After Adjustable Sway-Bar Links
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The Powergrid system has incorporated adjustable THK resin ball-stud links. You may recognize their fixed length siblings that are finding themselves on many new production vehicles. Their toughness is supported by laboratory and field durability testing to the stringent OEM requirements. Heim joints and high misalignment spherical bearings were considered, but do not offer the compliance, the waterproof seal, and are limited in their range of angular articulation. The ball links also offer a very low friction in the joint and has up to 50 degrees of articulation. This eliminates binding and allows for smooth load transitions.


The Powergrid Adjustable Sway-Bar System in not limited to road race cars. Anyone that has taken the time to upgrade their street car's suspension should consider this product. Once again, knowing the influence of your sway bar on your suspension is as important on the street as it is on the track. Drag racers may want to include this system as a way to preload the right rear of their vehicles.

Pogo-stick links are 1940s technology that does not belong on a 21st Century vehicle. Ball links are here to stay, but there are too many of us that still enjoy our pogo-stick link cars. The Powergrid Adjustable Sway-Bar Link System provides the capabilities of modernizing your vehicle and tuning your sway bar rather than just install it. Powergrid allows you to "Adjust yourself in the 21st century!"


2005 Mustang Adjustable Sway-Bar Link
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 View Applications and Price List for Adjustable Sway-Bar Links 
$159.99
92-97 Subaru Alcyone SVX TSP Racing Suspension Combo Kit (SU-318126067640)

Product Description

Want to upgrade your 20 year old suspension? TSP Racing Suspension Combo kit is just the way to do it! Get the adjustability and the upgrade!

Each kit contains:

     TSP Racing Coilover Kit

  • 4 x Suspension dampers (either one piece or 2 piece dampers depending on vehicle)
  • 4 x SAE-9254 cold-wound steel springs
  • 4 x Damping force adjustment knobs
  • 2 x Aluminum alloy pillow ball top hat plates
  • 2 x Camber adjustable front aluminum alloy top hat plates
  • 2 x Spanner wrenches to adjust ride height
  • 1 x Owners manual with warranty card

G Series Coilover kits are built for road and track use, TSP's Coilovers are fully height-adjustable, allowing you to keep the ride height the same as factory, or up to 50mm/2in lower. Damping of the piston valves are matched to each spring rate. The springs are preloaded from the factory, so you don't have to configure that before driving. Just set your ride height and damping preference with the 24 click linear adjustments.

The engineers in our factory invest time and money into research and development to ensure the highest quality, best performance kits on the market. TSP Racing Coilovers are not 'one size fits all' with adapters. Each kit is designed specifically for the vehicle, and all kits are tested and developed to ensure maximum performance.

Street Spring Rates

Front
8kg/mm or  448 lbs/in
Rear
5kg/mm or  280 lbs/in

Racing Spring Rates

Front
10kg/mm or  560 lbs/in
Rear
6kg/mm or  336 lbs/in

Damper Style

Front
McPherson
Rear
McPherson

     TSP Racing Tru-Align Lateral Links

  • 4 x adjustable lower control arms
  • 4 x bushing sleeves
This set of 2 adjustable lower control arms will provide up to ±1.5° of additional camber and toe adjustment. Specially designed for the performance enthusiast, these arms can be used on lowered or stock ride height vehicles.

Rear Adjustment range: Camber ±1.5°
Toe ±1.5°
Installation Time: .8 hr/side 

     TSP Racing Tru-Align Fastcam Bolts

  • 2 x Fastcam camber adjustment bolts
Make a two bolt strut adjustable up to ±1.75° camber with the Tru-Align FastCam bolts from TSP. Simply remove the upper bolt, install the FastCam bolts, loosen the lower bolt, and dial in the required change.

  • Make camber changes a cost effective, quick one-person job without grinding
  • TSP’s 12.9 grade bolt provides the best clamp load with the highest safety factor in the industry 
  • Use a Hex Chromate-free finish for 700 hr salt spray results vs the competitors’ ~20 hr, to avoid any hydrogen embrittlement issues, and to be environmentally friendly
  • Have markings on the bolt head to show you where the lobe is for easy orientation during adjustment. 

    Front Adjustment range:Camber ±1.75° 
    Installation time: .4 hr/side

Additional optional add ons available

-Upgrade your kit to Racing Coilovers       

-Strongflex Suspension Bushing Kit (Sport or Standard)

  Includes:

  • 2x 271215A Front Anti Roll Bar Bush 18mm SPORT
  • 2x 271216A Front Wishbone Rear Bush SPORT
  • 2x 271217A Front Wishbone Front Bush SPORT
  • 2x 271530A Rear beam mount SPORT
  • 4x 271149A Rear Tie Bar Bush SPORT
  • 2X 271150A Rear Tie Bar Bush SPORT
  • 2x 271211A Rear Tie Bar Front-Rear Bush SPORT
  • 2x 271220A Rear Anti Roll Bar Bush 17mm SPORT

Pcs / KIT: 18

-Swaybar Endlinks (Powergrid or NASABill)
$1,100.00
92-97 Subaru Alcyone SVX TSP Racing Tru-Align Lateral Links (TA67640)
Product Description

This set of 2 adjustable lower control arms will provide up to ±1.5° of additional camber and toe adjustment. Specially designed for the performance enthusiast, these arms can be used on lowered or stock ride height vehicles.

Rear Adjustment range: Camber ±1.5°
Toe ±1.5°
Installation Time: .8 hr/side
Required: 1 per wheel


$159.33
$216.48
95-04 BMW 5 Series (E39) Powergrid Front Swaybar End Links (10M-55)

In today's high performance arena, there is more concentration on the whole car than ever before. The "g" force previously measured in straight line acceleration is now being mixed with the "g" force in lateral acceleration.

Within all of the suspension upgrades available for your vehicle, the most overlooked component is the sway bar link. This simple component attaches to the suspension and promotes stabilizing or "planing-out" the vehicle in a turn. Did you know that the simplicity of this link can hurt your car's performance?

Powergrid Inc. has created a system replacing the fixed-length pogo stick configurations. The Powergrid Adjustable Sway-Bar Link System provides the ability to easily adjust or tune the sway bar as part of the suspension system.

The stabilizer-bar has been overlooked as a tunable component in the production-based suspension system due to the lack of an adjustable link. The OEMs recognize that it is important to have a sway bar for cornering stability. It is installed in the suspension system and sent down the assembly line. From personal investigations, the sway bar with fixed length links can induce a load into any two cross-corners of your vehicle. The ability to neutralize the sway bar in your suspension system is a great advantage to baseline, balance, and refines your vehicle's handling characteristics. Powergrid has achieved this by creating adapters that integrate current sway bar link technology to the traditional sway bar architecture.


Before Adjustable Sway-Bar Links
Click for Full-Size Image


After Adjustable Sway-Bar Links
Click for Full-Size Image

The Powergrid system has incorporated adjustable THK resin ball-stud links. You may recognize their fixed length siblings that are finding themselves on many new production vehicles. Their toughness is supported by laboratory and field durability testing to the stringent OEM requirements. Heim joints and high misalignment spherical bearings were considered, but do not offer the compliance, the waterproof seal, and are limited in their range of angular articulation. The ball links also offer a very low friction in the joint and has up to 50 degrees of articulation. This eliminates binding and allows for smooth load transitions.


The Powergrid Adjustable Sway-Bar System in not limited to road race cars. Anyone that has taken the time to upgrade their street car's suspension should consider this product. Once again, knowing the influence of your sway bar on your suspension is as important on the street as it is on the track. Drag racers may want to include this system as a way to preload the right rear of their vehicles.

Pogo-stick links are 1940s technology that does not belong on a 21st Century vehicle. Ball links are here to stay, but there are too many of us that still enjoy our pogo-stick link cars. The Powergrid Adjustable Sway-Bar Link System provides the capabilities of modernizing your vehicle and tuning your sway bar rather than just install it. Powergrid allows you to "Adjust yourself in the 21st century!"


2005 Mustang Adjustable Sway-Bar Link
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$159.99
96-06 Ford Taurus Powergrid Front Swaybar End Links (12M-75)

In today's high performance arena, there is more concentration on the whole car than ever before. The "g" force previously measured in straight line acceleration is now being mixed with the "g" force in lateral acceleration.

Within all of the suspension upgrades available for your vehicle, the most overlooked component is the sway bar link. This simple component attaches to the suspension and promotes stabilizing or "planing-out" the vehicle in a turn. Did you know that the simplicity of this link can hurt your car's performance?

Powergrid Inc. has created a system replacing the fixed-length pogo stick configurations. The Powergrid Adjustable Sway-Bar Link System provides the ability to easily adjust or tune the sway bar as part of the suspension system.

The stabilizer-bar has been overlooked as a tunable component in the production-based suspension system due to the lack of an adjustable link. The OEMs recognize that it is important to have a sway bar for cornering stability. It is installed in the suspension system and sent down the assembly line. From personal investigations, the sway bar with fixed length links can induce a load into any two cross-corners of your vehicle. The ability to neutralize the sway bar in your suspension system is a great advantage to baseline, balance, and refines your vehicle's handling characteristics. Powergrid has achieved this by creating adapters that integrate current sway bar link technology to the traditional sway bar architecture.


Before Adjustable Sway-Bar Links
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After Adjustable Sway-Bar Links
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The Powergrid system has incorporated adjustable THK resin ball-stud links. You may recognize their fixed length siblings that are finding themselves on many new production vehicles. Their toughness is supported by laboratory and field durability testing to the stringent OEM requirements. Heim joints and high misalignment spherical bearings were considered, but do not offer the compliance, the waterproof seal, and are limited in their range of angular articulation. The ball links also offer a very low friction in the joint and has up to 50 degrees of articulation. This eliminates binding and allows for smooth load transitions.


The Powergrid Adjustable Sway-Bar System in not limited to road race cars. Anyone that has taken the time to upgrade their street car's suspension should consider this product. Once again, knowing the influence of your sway bar on your suspension is as important on the street as it is on the track. Drag racers may want to include this system as a way to preload the right rear of their vehicles.

Pogo-stick links are 1940s technology that does not belong on a 21st Century vehicle. Ball links are here to stay, but there are too many of us that still enjoy our pogo-stick link cars. The Powergrid Adjustable Sway-Bar Link System provides the capabilities of modernizing your vehicle and tuning your sway bar rather than just install it. Powergrid allows you to "Adjust yourself in the 21st century!"


2005 Mustang Adjustable Sway-Bar Link
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 View Applications and Price List for Adjustable Sway-Bar Links 
$164.99
96-06 Mitsubishi Galant Powergrid Front Swaybar End Links (10M-75)

In today's high performance arena, there is more concentration on the whole car than ever before. The "g" force previously measured in straight line acceleration is now being mixed with the "g" force in lateral acceleration.

Within all of the suspension upgrades available for your vehicle, the most overlooked component is the sway bar link. This simple component attaches to the suspension and promotes stabilizing or "planing-out" the vehicle in a turn. Did you know that the simplicity of this link can hurt your car's performance?

Powergrid Inc. has created a system replacing the fixed-length pogo stick configurations. The Powergrid Adjustable Sway-Bar Link System provides the ability to easily adjust or tune the sway bar as part of the suspension system.

The stabilizer-bar has been overlooked as a tunable component in the production-based suspension system due to the lack of an adjustable link. The OEMs recognize that it is important to have a sway bar for cornering stability. It is installed in the suspension system and sent down the assembly line. From personal investigations, the sway bar with fixed length links can induce a load into any two cross-corners of your vehicle. The ability to neutralize the sway bar in your suspension system is a great advantage to baseline, balance, and refines your vehicle's handling characteristics. Powergrid has achieved this by creating adapters that integrate current sway bar link technology to the traditional sway bar architecture.


Before Adjustable Sway-Bar Links
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After Adjustable Sway-Bar Links
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The Powergrid system has incorporated adjustable THK resin ball-stud links. You may recognize their fixed length siblings that are finding themselves on many new production vehicles. Their toughness is supported by laboratory and field durability testing to the stringent OEM requirements. Heim joints and high misalignment spherical bearings were considered, but do not offer the compliance, the waterproof seal, and are limited in their range of angular articulation. The ball links also offer a very low friction in the joint and has up to 50 degrees of articulation. This eliminates binding and allows for smooth load transitions.


The Powergrid Adjustable Sway-Bar System in not limited to road race cars. Anyone that has taken the time to upgrade their street car's suspension should consider this product. Once again, knowing the influence of your sway bar on your suspension is as important on the street as it is on the track. Drag racers may want to include this system as a way to preload the right rear of their vehicles.

Pogo-stick links are 1940s technology that does not belong on a 21st Century vehicle. Ball links are here to stay, but there are too many of us that still enjoy our pogo-stick link cars. The Powergrid Adjustable Sway-Bar Link System provides the capabilities of modernizing your vehicle and tuning your sway bar rather than just install it. Powergrid allows you to "Adjust yourself in the 21st century!"


2005 Mustang Adjustable Sway-Bar Link
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 View Applications and Price List for Adjustable Sway-Bar Links 
$159.99
97-16 C5 C6 C7 Corvette Powergrid Swaybar End Links (12M-5)

In today's high performance arena, there is more concentration on the whole car than ever before. The "g" force previously measured in straight line acceleration is now being mixed with the "g" force in lateral acceleration.

Within all of the suspension upgrades available for your vehicle, the most overlooked component is the sway bar link. This simple component attaches to the suspension and promotes stabilizing or "planing-out" the vehicle in a turn. Did you know that the simplicity of this link can hurt your car's performance?

Powergrid Inc. has created a system replacing the fixed-length pogo stick configurations. The Powergrid Adjustable Sway-Bar Link System provides the ability to easily adjust or tune the sway bar as part of the suspension system.

The stabilizer-bar has been overlooked as a tunable component in the production-based suspension system due to the lack of an adjustable link. The OEMs recognize that it is important to have a sway bar for cornering stability. It is installed in the suspension system and sent down the assembly line. From personal investigations, the sway bar with fixed length links can induce a load into any two cross-corners of your vehicle. The ability to neutralize the sway bar in your suspension system is a great advantage to baseline, balance, and refines your vehicle's handling characteristics. Powergrid has achieved this by creating adapters that integrate current sway bar link technology to the traditional sway bar architecture.


Before Adjustable Sway-Bar Links
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After Adjustable Sway-Bar Links
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The Powergrid system has incorporated adjustable THK resin ball-stud links. You may recognize their fixed length siblings that are finding themselves on many new production vehicles. Their toughness is supported by laboratory and field durability testing to the stringent OEM requirements. Heim joints and high misalignment spherical bearings were considered, but do not offer the compliance, the waterproof seal, and are limited in their range of angular articulation. The ball links also offer a very low friction in the joint and has up to 50 degrees of articulation. This eliminates binding and allows for smooth load transitions.


The Powergrid Adjustable Sway-Bar System in not limited to road race cars. Anyone that has taken the time to upgrade their street car's suspension should consider this product. Once again, knowing the influence of your sway bar on your suspension is as important on the street as it is on the track. Drag racers may want to include this system as a way to preload the right rear of their vehicles.

Pogo-stick links are 1940s technology that does not belong on a 21st Century vehicle. Ball links are here to stay, but there are too many of us that still enjoy our pogo-stick link cars. The Powergrid Adjustable Sway-Bar Link System provides the capabilities of modernizing your vehicle and tuning your sway bar rather than just install it. Powergrid allows you to "Adjust yourself in the 21st century!"


2005 Mustang Adjustable Sway-Bar Link
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 View Applications and Price List for Adjustable Sway-Bar Links 
$164.99
99-05 BMW 3 Series (E46 M) Powergrid Front Swaybar End Links (10M-75)

In today's high performance arena, there is more concentration on the whole car than ever before. The "g" force previously measured in straight line acceleration is now being mixed with the "g" force in lateral acceleration.

Within all of the suspension upgrades available for your vehicle, the most overlooked component is the sway bar link. This simple component attaches to the suspension and promotes stabilizing or "planing-out" the vehicle in a turn. Did you know that the simplicity of this link can hurt your car's performance?

Powergrid Inc. has created a system replacing the fixed-length pogo stick configurations. The Powergrid Adjustable Sway-Bar Link System provides the ability to easily adjust or tune the sway bar as part of the suspension system.

The stabilizer-bar has been overlooked as a tunable component in the production-based suspension system due to the lack of an adjustable link. The OEMs recognize that it is important to have a sway bar for cornering stability. It is installed in the suspension system and sent down the assembly line. From personal investigations, the sway bar with fixed length links can induce a load into any two cross-corners of your vehicle. The ability to neutralize the sway bar in your suspension system is a great advantage to baseline, balance, and refines your vehicle's handling characteristics. Powergrid has achieved this by creating adapters that integrate current sway bar link technology to the traditional sway bar architecture.


Before Adjustable Sway-Bar Links
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After Adjustable Sway-Bar Links
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The Powergrid system has incorporated adjustable THK resin ball-stud links. You may recognize their fixed length siblings that are finding themselves on many new production vehicles. Their toughness is supported by laboratory and field durability testing to the stringent OEM requirements. Heim joints and high misalignment spherical bearings were considered, but do not offer the compliance, the waterproof seal, and are limited in their range of angular articulation. The ball links also offer a very low friction in the joint and has up to 50 degrees of articulation. This eliminates binding and allows for smooth load transitions.


The Powergrid Adjustable Sway-Bar System in not limited to road race cars. Anyone that has taken the time to upgrade their street car's suspension should consider this product. Once again, knowing the influence of your sway bar on your suspension is as important on the street as it is on the track. Drag racers may want to include this system as a way to preload the right rear of their vehicles.

Pogo-stick links are 1940s technology that does not belong on a 21st Century vehicle. Ball links are here to stay, but there are too many of us that still enjoy our pogo-stick link cars. The Powergrid Adjustable Sway-Bar Link System provides the capabilities of modernizing your vehicle and tuning your sway bar rather than just install it. Powergrid allows you to "Adjust yourself in the 21st century!"


2005 Mustang Adjustable Sway-Bar Link
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 View Applications and Price List for Adjustable Sway-Bar Links 
$159.99
99-05 Mazda Miata Powergrid Front Swaybar End Links (10M-10)

In today's high performance arena, there is more concentration on the whole car than ever before. The "g" force previously measured in straight line acceleration is now being mixed with the "g" force in lateral acceleration.

Within all of the suspension upgrades available for your vehicle, the most overlooked component is the sway bar link. This simple component attaches to the suspension and promotes stabilizing or "planing-out" the vehicle in a turn. Did you know that the simplicity of this link can hurt your car's performance?

Powergrid Inc. has created a system replacing the fixed-length pogo stick configurations. The Powergrid Adjustable Sway-Bar Link System provides the ability to easily adjust or tune the sway bar as part of the suspension system.

The stabilizer-bar has been overlooked as a tunable component in the production-based suspension system due to the lack of an adjustable link. The OEMs recognize that it is important to have a sway bar for cornering stability. It is installed in the suspension system and sent down the assembly line. From personal investigations, the sway bar with fixed length links can induce a load into any two cross-corners of your vehicle. The ability to neutralize the sway bar in your suspension system is a great advantage to baseline, balance, and refines your vehicle's handling characteristics. Powergrid has achieved this by creating adapters that integrate current sway bar link technology to the traditional sway bar architecture.


Before Adjustable Sway-Bar Links
Click for Full-Size Image


After Adjustable Sway-Bar Links
Click for Full-Size Image

The Powergrid system has incorporated adjustable THK resin ball-stud links. You may recognize their fixed length siblings that are finding themselves on many new production vehicles. Their toughness is supported by laboratory and field durability testing to the stringent OEM requirements. Heim joints and high misalignment spherical bearings were considered, but do not offer the compliance, the waterproof seal, and are limited in their range of angular articulation. The ball links also offer a very low friction in the joint and has up to 50 degrees of articulation. This eliminates binding and allows for smooth load transitions.


The Powergrid Adjustable Sway-Bar System in not limited to road race cars. Anyone that has taken the time to upgrade their street car's suspension should consider this product. Once again, knowing the influence of your sway bar on your suspension is as important on the street as it is on the track. Drag racers may want to include this system as a way to preload the right rear of their vehicles.

Pogo-stick links are 1940s technology that does not belong on a 21st Century vehicle. Ball links are here to stay, but there are too many of us that still enjoy our pogo-stick link cars. The Powergrid Adjustable Sway-Bar Link System provides the capabilities of modernizing your vehicle and tuning your sway bar rather than just install it. Powergrid allows you to "Adjust yourself in the 21st century!"


2005 Mustang Adjustable Sway-Bar Link
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 View Applications and Price List for Adjustable Sway-Bar Links 
$159.99
99-05 Mazda Miata Powergrid Rear Swaybar End Links (10M-10)

In today's high performance arena, there is more concentration on the whole car than ever before. The "g" force previously measured in straight line acceleration is now being mixed with the "g" force in lateral acceleration.

Within all of the suspension upgrades available for your vehicle, the most overlooked component is the sway bar link. This simple component attaches to the suspension and promotes stabilizing or "planing-out" the vehicle in a turn. Did you know that the simplicity of this link can hurt your car's performance?

Powergrid Inc. has created a system replacing the fixed-length pogo stick configurations. The Powergrid Adjustable Sway-Bar Link System provides the ability to easily adjust or tune the sway bar as part of the suspension system.

The stabilizer-bar has been overlooked as a tunable component in the production-based suspension system due to the lack of an adjustable link. The OEMs recognize that it is important to have a sway bar for cornering stability. It is installed in the suspension system and sent down the assembly line. From personal investigations, the sway bar with fixed length links can induce a load into any two cross-corners of your vehicle. The ability to neutralize the sway bar in your suspension system is a great advantage to baseline, balance, and refines your vehicle's handling characteristics. Powergrid has achieved this by creating adapters that integrate current sway bar link technology to the traditional sway bar architecture.


Before Adjustable Sway-Bar Links
Click for Full-Size Image


After Adjustable Sway-Bar Links
Click for Full-Size Image

The Powergrid system has incorporated adjustable THK resin ball-stud links. You may recognize their fixed length siblings that are finding themselves on many new production vehicles. Their toughness is supported by laboratory and field durability testing to the stringent OEM requirements. Heim joints and high misalignment spherical bearings were considered, but do not offer the compliance, the waterproof seal, and are limited in their range of angular articulation. The ball links also offer a very low friction in the joint and has up to 50 degrees of articulation. This eliminates binding and allows for smooth load transitions.


The Powergrid Adjustable Sway-Bar System in not limited to road race cars. Anyone that has taken the time to upgrade their street car's suspension should consider this product. Once again, knowing the influence of your sway bar on your suspension is as important on the street as it is on the track. Drag racers may want to include this system as a way to preload the right rear of their vehicles.

Pogo-stick links are 1940s technology that does not belong on a 21st Century vehicle. Ball links are here to stay, but there are too many of us that still enjoy our pogo-stick link cars. The Powergrid Adjustable Sway-Bar Link System provides the capabilities of modernizing your vehicle and tuning your sway bar rather than just install it. Powergrid allows you to "Adjust yourself in the 21st century!"


2005 Mustang Adjustable Sway-Bar Link
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 View Applications and Price List for Adjustable Sway-Bar Links 
$159.99
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