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    Been planning a lot of road trips with my Abarth. Anyone else want to cruise some fun roads all over the west coast.

    Also registered for all the auto cross events at PIR.
    I guess Im just talking to the wind.

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    Hello.

    I bought mine in Feb but quickly realized that the Fiat club is not active like so many of the others. I haven't really seen any get-togethers in the area.

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    Toddipoo,

    Have you done any autocross yet? We have an autocross section in the Racing part of this forum too.
    2013 Rosso Abarth with 68K miles, Koni yellow shocks, Madness springs, Neu-f rear sway bar, EBC Yellowstuff brake pads, DOT4 brake fluid, K&N air filter, autocross 17 inch Ciao Milano wheels with Bridgestone Potenza RE71R, daily wheels stock 16 inch Dunlop DZ102. 2017 1st place HS Tidewater Sports Car Club: 2016-2015 1st Place TSCC GS class; 2014-2013: 2nd place in SCCA South Carolina Region G Stock.
    My Car blog: http://www.nms-racing.net/

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    I haven't. I used to go all the time with my old car but now with two toddlers, I don't seem to have the time. Bummer too. Aside from a rear sway bar, this car is good to go.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frankinstyn View Post
    Aside from a rear sway bar, this car is good to go.
    Oddly enough I thought the character was more fun with the stock bar. I can get better cornering speed now, but the stock set-up was super eager to rotate. As far as I can tell this observation is opposite from everyone else however.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ando View Post
    Oddly enough I thought the character was more fun with the stock bar. I can get better cornering speed now, but the stock set-up was super eager to rotate. As far as I can tell this observation is opposite from everyone else however.
    I found the same when I was autocrossing my old VW Rabbit. The sway bar stiffens up the body roll but the body flex is better for grip. In the end it's better to have the sway bar but for fun to run without.

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