anti-roll bar

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an·ti-roll bar

 (ăn′tē-rōl′, ăn′tī-)
n.
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anti-roll bar

n
(Automotive Engineering) a crosswise rubber-mounted bar in the suspension of a motor vehicle, which counteracts the movement downward on one side when cornering
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The latter uses an electric motor between the anti-roll bars that can decouple when driving straight to reduce roll on uneven roads, and recouple to stiffen the body in corners.
That comes from changes to the chassis which include a lower ride height (by 4mm), stiffer anti-roll bars, bigger wheels and the larger Brembo brakes that are an option on the standard A110.
The weight comes from changes to the chassis which include a lower ride height (by 4mm), stiffer anti-roll bars, bigger wheels and the larger Brembo brakes that are an option on the standard A110.
It will be based on the same platform which underpins the Continental GT, which means the Flying Spur will benefit from technology such as active anti-roll bars and Bentley's Dynamic Ride suspension system, both of which are found on its two-door sibling.
The India specific model features larger doors and a roomier cabin, large-diameter, solid anti-roll bars and the rear axle.
On request, Lotus can tune the entire chassis to customer taste, including adjustable compression and Eibach front and rear anti-roll bars.
The V8 powertrain will be fitted to 150 specially-selected and re-engineered Defenders for the 70th Edition, complemented by an eight-speed ZF automatic transmission with sport mode, uprated brakes and handling kit (springs, dampers and anti-roll bars), plus exclusive 18-inch diamond-turned Sawtooth alloy wheels and 265/65 R18 all-terrain tyres.
This has been achieved with the help of new air springs and upgraded anti-roll bars. All the additions have added 200kg to the weight compared to the Wraith, giving a kerb weight of some 2560kg.
There are also sports springs, recalibrated dampers, revised anti-roll bars and steering tuned to make it more firm, along with 17-inch Diamond Carbon alloys in a matt varnish.
The Speed also boasts an enhanced chassis with uprated springs, anti-roll bars and a lowered ride height while the electronically controlled damping and steering systems have been re-tuned.
Its function has nothing to do with side-to-side body movement (that is controlled by the side control mechanism within the bogie traction centre) and sway is controlled by the anti-roll bars.