Question about sway bars in pi and sho pp and no pp

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  1. Elai Yaskevich

    Elai Yaskevich New Member

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    Do anyone know if 13-19 pi sedans has different sway bars than 13-19 sho?
    Need to make shure it's similar or not.
    Same about pp and non pp 13-19 sho.
     
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    From what I read over the years, the PP has thinner front sway bar than the non-PP to help the nose track in quicker in turns (less understeer/more oversteer). The rears are the same.

    As for the PI, I can't help you there ;)
     
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    This is my understanding as well.
     
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    Elai Yaskevich New Member

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    Yeap, i figured about front sway but never find info about pi.
     
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    krewat SHO Member

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    If a Ford guy would lookup the part #'s, that would tell us at least if the parts are different.
     
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    SHOdded SHO Member Supporting Member

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    • [​IMG]
      AA5Z-5482-C
      Bar Assy - Roll

      Control Arms and Stabilizer
      Fit Note: Brake Calipers - Black, With Non Painted Brake Calipers
      Fitting Vehicle Options: 6 Cyl 3.5L Cyclone Petrol TIVCT, 6 Cyl 3.5L DOHC T/C, 6 Cyl 3.7L DOHC
      Base Number: 5482
      Callout Name: 5482
      $114.05
      $75.27
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      AA5Z-5482-D
      Bar Assy - Roll

      Control Arms and Stabilizer
      Fit Note: With Painted Brake Calipers
      Fitting Vehicle Options: 6 Cyl 3.5L DOHC T/C
      Base Number: 5482
      Callout Name: 5482
      Replaced by: AA5Z-5482-E
      $112.18
      $76.73
     
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    Wink wink, nudge nudge... just the guy I was alluding to ;)

    But is that the two different front ones for an SHO? What about the PI? EB and non-EB?
     
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    pp/pi EB swaybars are all the same. i have shown the non-pp (& pi 3.7) and pp (& pi 3.5eb) versions.

    the remaining option for "civilian" vehicles

    AA5Z-5482-B
    Bar Assy - Roll

    Control Arms and Stabilizer
    Fit Note: Brake Calipers - Black, Standard Duty Fr/Rr Calp And Pads, With Painted Brake Calipers
    Fitting Vehicle Options: 4 Cyl 2.0L EcoBoost (240PS), 6 Cyl 3.5L Cyclone Petrol TIVCT
    Base Number: 5482
    Callout Name: 5482
    $116.87
    $79.94
     
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    OK, so:

    PI/PP Ecoboost are the same.
    PI non-EB (3.7) and non-PP SHO are the same.

    I assume these are all the fronts? What about the back? Same for all?
     
  10. Elai Yaskevich

    Elai Yaskevich New Member

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    As i understand there is no difference. I hoped that they make stiffer bars for pi but looks like no. I'm really interested how whiteline gonna make new.
     
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    REAR Fits PI-S and PP/non-PP
    [​IMG]
    BB5Z-5A772-A
    Bar - Stabilizer

    Fit Note: With Non Painted Brake Calipers
    Base Number: 5A772
    Callout Name: 5A772
    $124.80
    $83.87

    A little confusing tho because apparently another swaybar was introduced from 10/13 on for non HD suspension, may have been used for non-PP?
    DG1Z-5A772-F
    Bar - Stabilizer

    Fit Note: Standard Duty Fr/Rr Calp And Pads
    Base Number: 5A772
    Callout Name: 5A772
    $130.17
    $89.03

    Another mystery part LOL
    AA8Z-5A772-C
    AWD, 2013-19, W/O HD SUSPENSION, TO 10/25/13
    $148.73
    $102.63

    May actually have to resort to VIN numbers to save our sanity!
     
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    Run my three, all PP SHO's:

    2013: 1FAHP2KT3DG111212 - build date 3/22/2012 (quite early)
    2016: 1FAHP2KT3GG100294 - build date 12/3/2015
    2018: 1FAHP2KT7JG118112 - build date 2/6/2018

    Would love to know - my 2016 felt squirrelly in the back. But my 2018 is more "planted" like my 2013 was. Or it's just my imagination. Any way to get bar diameters from those part #'s ?
     
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    I have not seen the diameters listed like they do for brake rotors. Also changed the trans mounts from 2 to 1 in the later gen 5 vehicles from what I hear. So anything is game.

    2013 - none of the P/Ns fit
    2016 - none of the P/Ns fit
    2018 - Unable to verify

    Not surprised as Ford will create different part numbers for different models without any real differences. OR small details like the mounting brackets are different.
     
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    Jun 2016, they removed the front trans torque strut, and apparently stiffened the rear one (it's a different part #, anyway). After that change, some still had the tabs on the subframe for the front mount, but eventually that went away. My 2018 doesn't have the tabs.
     
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