Do you have a lowered or raised MINI? Do you want more symmetric cornering performance, bind free suspension travel, better suspension alignment and overall chassis balance? Afraid of your weak OEM endlinks not being able to withstand the new forces from your larger swaybar? The M7 MAXX-G Adjustable Swaybar Endlinks are exactly what you're looking for!
The MAXX-G endlinks feature forged and heat treated SAE 4340 alloy steel (chrome moly) housings with a permanently lubricated and sealed 10mm ball stud & socket design at each end of the link. A castle nou and cotter pin lock is supplied on each stud to make sure the endlinks stay tight during even the most aggressive driving. The hex shaped military grade aluminum body with opposing 12mm (1/2") LH & RH threads allows you to adjust the endlinks with simple hand tools and ensures safe and easy adjustability. These endlinks offer quiet operation and long life as opposed to a typical spherical rod end (heim joint) which will loosen, rattle and fail in a very short period of time.
If you've changed the suspension geometry by lowering or raising your MINI then you definitely need a set of the MAXX-G Performance Suspension links to get your swaybar back into proper alignment and gain maximum bind free suspension travel and maximum grip! And the real benefit is you now have adjustablity.
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Upgraded REAR ANTI ROLL BAR - reduce body roll through their increased design stiffness over stock bars.
The result: increased roll-stiffness, reduced body roll, more positive handling and added cornering grip in any performance-driving situation producing MAXIMUM GRINS :-). The addition of a MAXX-G rear anti roll bar is the quickest and easiest way to make drastic improvements to handling, body roll control, and make your MINI more fun to drive.
All MINI’s suffer from factory designed-in understeer. And understeer is a buzz killer. Installing a larger diameter rear anti-roll bar increases the rear roll stiffness of the rear suspension and shifts the handling balance from understeer (bad) toward neutral (more fun). This is one of the first modifications most any MINI owner does to move the fun meter and make the drive more exciting.
MAXX-G™ ANTI-ROLL BAR Kits are made in The USA from military grade 4130 chrome-moly alloy steel and hot forged into exacting shape. Then each MAXX-G™ ANTI-ROLL BAR is finished with a long lasting double coat of HOT YELLOW powder coat and baked to an extremely durable and high gloss finish. Each MAXX-G™ ANTI-ROLL BAR Kit is supplied with a set of high durometer high performance urethane bushings matched to the bar diameter, a set of new strap clamps, a small tube of silicone grease and a set of locking split collars to keep everything centered.
If you plan on maximizing your experience with a lifted Mini R60 or R61 we recommend larger all terrain tires (28.5" diameter max), heavy duty shocks, larger front anti-roll bars, a MONSTER Strut Tower Brace Kit with tower reinforcement technology and a skid plate to protect your engine and transmission oil pans from damage.
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