stabilizer bar


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stabilizer bar

[′stā·bə‚līz·ər ‚bär]
(mechanical engineering)
In an automotive vehicle, a shaft that interconnects the two lower suspension arms in order to reduce body roll when the vehicle is turning. Also known as sway bar.
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Resolving the trigonometric equation (14) the result are the relation who calculate the angle [[psi].sub.i], representing the turning angle of the stabilizer bar from the inner path wheel extremity:
This dimension combines geometrical parameters of suspension mechanism and stabilizer bar and is adequate to the next approach, figure 1.
The outside clamp should face the halfshaft and the inside clamp should face away from the stabilizer bar.
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Up front: MacPherson strut independent with hydraulic control arm ride bushings and hollow stabilizer bar. There is an isolated cradle.
Double wishbone front suspension and multi-link rear suspension with coil spring, gas-filled shock absorbers and stabilizer bar, ensure a smooth ride.
The Sport trim level also features a revamped suspension, a larger front stabilizer bar, and a modified electric assist steering system.