16 or 19mm for Honda City gm6

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Hi guys. I have a Honda City gm6 2014 v spec. Want to know 16mm or 19mm Ultra racing anti roll bar works better for my car as i feel the car floating during highway drive. My car is all stock and tyre is cc6. I am not a fast driver and I just want my car to be stable when I am on highway.
 

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sifu semua advice cheap mod or remain stock. why ah?
 

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Hi guys. I have a Honda City gm6 2014 v spec. Want to know 16mm or 19mm Ultra racing anti roll bar works better for my car as i feel the car floating during highway drive. My car is all stock and tyre is cc6. I am not a fast driver and I just want my car to be stable when I am on highway.
The purpose of the ARB is to prevent or lesson body roll in corners. If you are driving on a straight highway, the floaty feeling is caused by tyres, wheels, suspension only. Adding a thicker ARB isn't going to do much other than emphasize on bumps on the road.

It's like all the big-guns here have said - start with the most obvious and potentially the cheapest (in the long run) choice - change your tyre size. If you have the budget go change to lighter and maybe slightly larger rims. If I'm not mistaken the GM6 comes with 16" rims - so that's plenty big already. Maybe you can go 205/45/16 tyre size.

If after that it's still floaty - then look at your suspension/spring setup.
 
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sifu semua advice cheap mod or remain stock. why ah?
Kalau nak - tukar ohlins coilover fully adjustable, magnesium rims + Ad08R tayar pun boleh. Tapi not realistic la. HAhahahahaha
 
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The purpose of the ARB is to prevent or lesson body roll in corners. If you are driving on a straight highway, the floaty feeling is caused by tyres, wheels, suspension only. Adding a thicker ARB isn't going to do much other than emphasize on bumps on the road.

It's like all the big-guns here have said - start with the most obvious and potentially the cheapest (in the long run) choice - change your tyre size. If you have the budget go change to lighter and maybe slightly larger rims. If I'm not mistaken the GM6 comes with 16" rims - so that's plenty big already. Maybe you can go 205/45/16 tyre size.

If after that it's still floaty - then look at your suspension/spring setup.
Can city 16inch rim go 205? Because best for 6jj is 195 right
 

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pasang arb reduce sikit floatness. best is to change wider tyres, better suspension. arb will make ride harder for old people with low calcium
 

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Mine is a Honda Jazz 2014 V spec. I had use bridgestone Re003 so far so good. Going highways didn't feel any floaty. Didn't install any arb and all remain stock since now I only drive this car at sunday only. Hahahahahaaha