I'm not really familiar with how those fox shox work but just lower your ride height all the way down but leave a 1/2 inch rake on the frame for better weight transfer to the rear for traction being that it's drags. On the front shocks stiffen that compression chamber and crank your low speed compression adjuster all the way in, that should eliminate body roll. Even if you don't want to spend all the time lowering your ride height but just want to eliminate body roll, just adjust those front shocks. That should be all you need to nail that corner. It's just one corner, right? More important than that pivot around that corner is braking into it and acceleration out of it and suspension plays a big part there so you want it working correctly. Going to a sway bar setup for just one turn seems really unnecessary to me.
Last edited by trxxx250r; 05-24-2012 at 12:47 PM.