Honda Talon Sway Bar Quick Disconnect – Quick Release Link Kit
AMRC Off Road Honda sway bar disconnects are an industry leader thanks to their quality build and ease of use. The sway bar links quickly disconnect and swing up out of the way and lock into our holder for unrestricted axle articulation during off-road driving and rock crawling. While connected for faster driving, the link provides an immediate reaction during sway bar loading to eliminate excess play.
These are the most durable Honda Talon Sway Bar Disconnect
We use 4130 Chromoly tubing for our sway bar disconnects. Our tubing is 7/8″ x .065 wall to be exact and each sway bar link is TIG welded by hand here in our shop. We take pride in how we manufacture each piece.
Why would you disconnect your sway bar?
When you disengage the sway bar it relieves pressure from your side-by-side axles. This gives you more axle control while you’re off-roading so that you can go over big obstacles.
Do you need a sway bar disconnect?
There’s no reason at all why you’d want to disconnect the sway bars on your road car. And, for your side-by-side you will only want to disconnect them when driving at low speeds off-road. Sway bars are designed to ensure your vehicle’s wheels don’t move too far up or down independently of the opposite wheel. Disconnecting your sway bar on your Honda Talon is great for low-speed rock crawling and off-roading.
Can you drive with a disconnected sway bar?
The short answer is yes you can drive your side by side with a disconnected sway bar. However, keep your speed low because cornering is going to be more difficult at higher speeds.
Honda Talon Quick Release Sway bar Dissconnect
$ 229.99 – $ 239.99