Standard spring and roll bar rates for all model years

A list of the above for comparative purposes

User avatar
Topic author

MikeRT4
Posts: 37
Joined: Dec 2016
Great Britain

Standard spring and roll bar rates for all model years

#1

Jan 6th, 2017, 1:00 pm

2000-2001 cars run 219lb (3.91k) fronts and 291lb (5.2k) rears with front ARB of 393 and rear 427
2003-2003 cars run 246lb (4.39k) fronts and 309lb (5.52k) rears with front ARB of 300 and rear of 396
2004-2005 cars run 262lb (4.68k) fronts and 278lb (4.96k) rears with front ARB of 300 and rear of 311
2006-2007 cars run 262lb (4.68k) fronts and 269lb (4.8k) rears with front ARB of 300 and rear of 311
2008-2009 cars run 280lb (5k) fronts and 294lb (5.25k) rears with front ARB of 354 and rear of 311
2008-2009 CRs run 384lb (6.86k) and 343lb (6.13k) rears with front ARB of 392 and rear of 362
Mike R
Sarcasm is just a free service I provide.

Nordschleife, there's only two barriers to worry about - the ones on the left and the ones on the right :lol: .

User avatar
andrewhake
Site Admin
Posts: 519
Joined: Oct 2016
Location: Mt. __________
United States of America
#2

Jan 14th, 2017, 1:41 am

Nice very useful to have posted up here. :thumbsup:

It should be noted that comparing these values to ones provided by other manufacturers rates for ARBs should not be considered exact. The anti-rollbar rates were just calculated not directly measured, so the delta should be accurate between each model year, it may not be accurate when comparing the rates to an aftermarket bar like Eibach, ASM, etc. Best to look at the data that each manufacturer provides compared to the OEM measurements they provide.
Image
o_O S2000 | Mark I Stage II... | Touge Map | Parts | S2000 Lap Times Database

That’s thirty minutes away. I’ll be there in ten.

Return to “Anti-roll bars”