Interesting results. It shows everything is a comprise. Using both bars decreases total roll and slightly increase TLT. Rear bar only slightly decreases total roll but brings TLT to a much improved spot. So both bars gives a 'better street' feel (less body roll) but rear bar only gives better handling.
The front bar is easier to install and gives a 'better feel' with less body roll compared to the rear bar which is harder to install but would be better.
Can you calculate with only the front bar? Thanks.
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