DJM lca's do reveal an increase of bumpsteer over stock. Def. not bad at all but it does bother some.The tendency of a vehicle to suddenly veer or swerve to one side when hitting a bump or dip in the road. The condition is caused by uneven toe changes that occur as a result of the steering linkage or rack not being parallel with the road surface. This causes the wheels to change toe unevenly as the suspension undergoes jounce and rebound.
Actually by stiffening the sway bar it creats more of a bumpsteer feel. I recently noticed that my installer over tightened my sway bar end links, according to DJM, and when I loosened them as DJM requested I noticed a much more comfotable ride and some less bumpsteer.christayse said:Does a stiffer anti-sway bar help any with bumpsteer?