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Diamondback

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We have 2 sway bars available if you need to add something to your Christmas list!
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There is now one sway bar left.  Will fit a 2013 or newer RT.  Doesn't look like we will be bringing in more this year with the way the dollar has gone, so if you are thinking about doing the swaybar give it some thought.
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As anyone in our Spyder family knows I've put a few upgrades on my Spyder.
The BajaRon Sway Bar is by far the BEST thing I've added!

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I agree. I put the swayer on my Spyder when I bought it. Did not appreciate how much of a difference it made really until I had the chance to ride another RT last fall. Well worth the cost.
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The last sway bar sold today.  Will try to bring more in, but might have to gauge interest in getting a few people together for a group buy.
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Will sway bars help the ST?
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Hi Pam,

Replacing the OEM swaybar with a BajaRon swaybay will improve the handling of you ST Spyder especially cornering. The heavier bar helps keep the front tires planted more firmly on the ground. 

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Thank you! I'm in for the sway bar. How do I get one? [smile] [smile]
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The easiest way is to order it directly from BajaRon.
Ron's email address is fyredad@hotmail.com
Just let him know that you want a sway bar for an ST, make sure you include the year of your ST.
He'll email you back with shipping costs and if you agree he'll send you a paypal request  and you're go to go!
If I can make a suggestion, while changing out your sway bar, replace the Heim Joint Links.
These links are what hold the bar to the bike.
The BRP links are made of hard plastic, Ron's are make of billet aluminum. They are considerably stronger (safer) and won't cost you any labor to install them if installed while changing the bar.
This is totally optional but something to consider.

The swaybar is $219.00 USD
Heim Links are $69.00 USD

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Thank you for the info! I'll email him right away.
Are they fairly easy to install? Or do I need to take it to my dealership?
Thank you..... [smile]

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It depends on how comfortable you are working on your Spyder.
Here's a link to a install video to give you an idea of what's involved.

youtube.com/watch?v=jzQC5RAeGE4

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I think I'd like to hire one of you guys who've done this install before. As I don't go to the big city I'd prefer the person to come here. Unless they lived somewhere easy to get to. Then I'd ride there. Any takers? I haven't ordered it yet so it wouldn't be right away. Thank you..... [smile]
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I talked to Andrew at Trike Zone yesterday. He will order me a BajaRon sway bar and install. Talking to him today he's thinking of being a distributor as he's had others ask him about them. [thumb]
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Recently installed the BajaRon sway bar in my 2013 RT, then did a 3400Km 4 day trip. the cornering is greatly improved and when following a truck the buffeting from the wind doesn't push me around as much.
When riding two up, the dip in the corners is no where as much as it used to be.

Definitely worth the money. 
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