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Yup, not intentionally, but I broke the ball joint off the end of the sway bar on my old MXZ. It cornered like Sh%t. Got it fixed ASAP. I hated riding it like that.
 

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would imagine you'll get a TON of inside ski lift with no sway bar......we run a stock car during the summer....and couldn't imagine driving it without a sway bar. And as far as racing.....wouldn't tightening the sway bar on right ski.....assuming your driving clockwise make more sense than removing it? I wouldn't know.....don't race snowmobiles....but it works for cars.

Any way....have fun.....let us all know how it handles
 

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I've just got to imagine that it will make your sled very ill handling.....if it does make less inside ski lift then it should work. But if its independent then your relying entirely on the outside ski (assuming that you don't lift it enough to loose contact with the groung) all of your weight transfer is onto that outside ski...but anyway....like I said....keep us informed of how it works if you try it
 

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i've got 850 miles w/out sway bars all on groomed trails. added a few turns on the front shock pre-load to counter the roll worked ok. I ride stand up so leaning in and foward on the corners keeps me flat. I did jump on my brothers sled with the sway bars and it is much easier to turn. you can put a lot of pressure on the outside ski with no roll. i think i'm going to re-install ride is much better. i lead alot and the trails are narrow so i put my right ski into the powder to stay right. if you hit a rock or stump with the sway bars in you will get tossed. now that we have good snow and grooming its time to go back. hope this helps
 
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