I bought my Arrma Fury BLX to run with my roomates ecx torment. Since then I have taken interest in the rc tracks and so the build begins... First thing I wanted to address was the lack of a front sway bar. only cost me a few dollars and some time. I started with a Team Associated RC8.2 RS Sway Bar Set- $4.54 shipped on ebay I cut the bracket in half so I could attach it to the front bumper mount. Then I trimmed them up and took the set screws out of the smaller hole Test fit to the bumper mount, looks good enough for me! I bought some longer (m3x16) bolts to attach. With the mounts on the bumper finished, I moved on to the control arms What I did was use the inside shock mounting hole as a guide to drill a 3/32 hole through the control arm. you have to be careful and it only takes a few turns from the drill to get through. Don't spin the drill fast or you risk ruining the threads for the lower shock mount. its tough to see but by using the shock mount as a guide, it puts a hole in a good mounting location for the sway bar links. With the holes drilled all I had left to do is attach the associated links to the front arms using the extra 2 bolts from the bumper mounts. I used a screwdriver to open up the 3/32 holes and make it easier to thread the m3 bolts in. just a couple turns to ramp the screw in. once the associated links are mounted I went back to bumper mounts to get the 3/32 stainless rod sized up for use. put the rod through, made sharpie marks where I wanted the bends and then bent the rod to fit. here is the first mockup I used: After running this bar I realized that the bar being able to slide in the mounts made a big difference on the spring effect in opposite turns. so for version 2 I got a new bar so I could attach collars before bending. I also only bent the bar in 2 spots the second time. Doing it this way makes it much easier to keep the bar symmetrical. here is the finished swaybar how it sits on the car now: and a closer look So far I only have a few packs ran through it, but it is a night and day difference. and the best part is the whole thing only set me back about $10 Anyway more build progress is to come, I think rear swaybar is next.