SuperPro Anti-Roll Bars
For sharper steering, better handling and more grip for all driving situations.
Your everyday car can easily be enhanced with SuperPro anti-roll bar products (also known as sway bars or stabiliser bars) for sharper steering, less body roll - making it safer for driver and passengers. The SuperPro anti-roll bar range includes:
- Anti-roll bars: featuring SuperPro's unique proprietary ultra-durable coating and designed and built in-house.
- Roll-centre correction products
- Caster, camber and toe alignment kits
- Anti-lift products
Why use anti-roll bars, sway bars or, stabiliser bars?
There are many reasons, however the prime reason a bar is fitted is to maintain maximum tyre contact with the road. Suspension systems are designed to vary the angle of the wheel and contact patch as a vehicle travels along the road. The optimum contact patch is achieved with the wheel in the vertical position. Braking, body roll, body yaw, squat and dive all cause the shift in contact patch.
SuperPro’s superior manufacturing and technological expertise ensures better car performance and safety when cornering. SuperPro anti-roll bars ensure that the load is distributed evenly over your tyres delivering longer tyre life and a better grip leading to a more comfortable driving experience.
Why Choose a SuperPro Anti-Roll Bar?
SuperPro Roll Bars are made from two grades of steel depending on the manufacturing process.
- Hot-Formed Roll Bars - Bars that are made in this process are made from 55CR3 Spring Steel. This steel is purposely designed for coil springs, torsion bars and suits perfectly for the manufacture of sway bars. After hot forming, the sway bars are heat treated by Quenching and Tempering to achieve the mechanical properties of Yield, Hardness and Tensile strength conducive to use as an Automotive Roll Bar.
- Cold-Formed Roll Bars - Bars that are made in this process are made from XK5160RP Spring Steel. This is a medium to high carbon-chromium spring steel possessing high hardness used predominantly in manufacture of coil & leaf springs. Cold forming of these sway bars does not alter the mechanical properties of the material, so therefore no heat treating process is required. In addition, the steel used in this method is best suited to be cold bent and the mechanical properties are the same as the hot formed bars after heat treatment.
SuperPro choose the best material for the given manufacturing process to achieve the best outcome. When stamping and forming the ends of our cold bent bars SuperPro keep our forging temperatures as low as possible to avoid altering the mechanical properties of the steel. This process is made much easier by using an induction heater.We should also mention our 3-step coating process (sand blasted, zinc plated & corrosion resistant paint) that, we have been informed from external sources, rivals Detroit O.E standard. With over 4000 hours of Salt spray testing and no degrading of the surface finish, this highlights another superior feature of SuperPro Roll Control Sway Bar.
SuperPro Adjustable Anti-Roll Bars
Adjustable anti-roll bars put you in control of the rigidity of the bars by allowing you to adjust the length of the arms. The adjustable anti-roll bars come 2, 3 or 4 points of adjustment providing numerous stiffness options. These anti-roll bars reduce the need to replace the entire anti-roll bar with multiple different designs.
SuperPro Hollow Anti-Roll Bars
For the last decade manufacturer’s have focussed a great deal on reducing vehicle mass to decrease fuel consumption, which has led to research into more effective lightweight metals. This has resulted in hollow anti-roll bars that, through careful selection of choice of materials, facilitates progressive performance characteristics for even more sophisticated tuning and suspension setups.
SuperPro hollow anti-roll bars are up to 30% lighter than the traditional bars and are made from race spec chromoloy. These progressive roll control bars provide reduced weight and better fuel efficiency. Features of SuperPro hollow bars include:
- 30% lighter – reduced unsprung mass *
- Race-spec chromoly
- Unique progressive design
- Fully adjustable to suit a variety of different vehicle configurations and uses
* When compared with OE and aftermarket alternatives
Aren't hollow anti-roll bars less stiff than solid bars?
An anti-roll bar operates in a cross-sectional plane offering torsional resistance to twist. Simply making a sway bar thicker makes the torsional resistance greater and therefore the anti-roll bar becomes stiffer.
Tubular material works just like a solid bar using material cross-section torsional-resistance. With a tubular anti-roll bar design, anti-roll rate or resistance can be adjusted by changing both the outside diameter and wall thickness which means that you can achieve the same characteristics as a solid bar with careful development and testing - which SuperPro do in-house in their own facilities in Brisbane Australia.