antiroll

antiroll

(ˌæntɪˈrəʊl)
adj
designed to prevent a vehicle from tilting
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Prosecutors claim that he drove a Mercedes Sprinter panel van when it was "unsafe to do so" because the "antiroll bar link was insecure due to the nearside bracket being broken."
Uprated dampers, a new antiroll bar and stiffer springs help cope with all that extra power, as do the special tyres that are wider at the rear to provide extra grip for the blistering speed.
Six months of additional development work on the GT has led to stiffer front and rear springs and softer antiroll bars, lowering the ride height by 5mm compared with the standard Ceed.
A strut brace has been fitted across the engine bay along with a fat 26mm antiroll bar.
US watchdog The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) wanted the products should not be used and said the antiroll devices "can cause suffocation that can lead to death".
To match the sportier performance there are stiffer shock absorbers, a larger diameter antiroll bar and a ride height that is 20mm lower than the normal Twingo.
Potential automotive targets for the technology include bumper beams, roof bows, drivetrain and chassis components, coil springs, and antiroll bars.
The suspension characteristics includes nonlinear models of the springs, the dampers and the antiroll bars.
The antiroll beam is installed outside the integrated bracket.
The GT350 features revised suspension, new aluminium front knuckle, hub and bearing assemblies that are both stiffer and lighter than the standard parts, rigid bushings equipping the control arms and sub frames, enlarged front and rear antiroll bars, a rear suspension with a counter-wound rear spring and mirror-image control arm for consistent wheel motion and continuously variable MagneRide active dampers.
As a result, the suspension has been revamped and an antiroll bar added.