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Man, seems to be going around (My daily driver was totalled by a hit and run last week). Glad to hear you are OK, but the news about the Mustang is just a little depressing.

That rear sway bar will seriously alter the way the car behaves at 10/10. Add to that a mis-adjusted prop valve and you can really get into trouble. This is exactly why all the factories put such dinky rear bars on their cars - most people are used to understeer. I plan on putting a few hours into panic stop and avoidance handling maneuvers in a parking lot somewhere before I put my car back on the street. Your experience confirms that is the right thing to do.

Again - good to know you weren't hurt (physically anyway).
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