On 11/6/20It's a swing-axle car. Please don't ever forget that. Your biggest problem is not body roll, it's snap oversteer-- especially if the engine is heavier than stock (and if it's a Subaru or a T1 built on an AL case, it's heavier). If I had a swing-axle car (and I haven't since 2002), I'd bolt on a good camber compensator, some limit-straps, or both-- and just run the stock 1/2" VW bar in the front, if I ran anything at all. A swing-axle car is not likely to be a canyon racer (if you want that, get IRS) and a 3/4 bar will just make it ride like a log-wagon.
On 12/3/20I'm sticking with my advice, because it might save somebody's life. If you've got a swing-axle car-- get a stock sway-bar and a camber compensator, even if all you are doing is profiling down to the DQ on a Friday evening. It's like decent brakes-- you never know when you'll need 'em.
That's a swaybar on a swing-axle rear end, which I find to be somewhat terrifying. You really don't want a rear swaybar on a swing-axle.
I'd take it off. Legit - for safety's sake, please take it off and get a Camber Compensator from CB Performance.
*Click on the blue font. It's a link to what you want.
I think we went over this recently. If it has a swing axle, there should not be a rear swaybar at all. Period.
Take it off and install a camber compensator.
I could keep doing this all afternoon, but I'm not sure what it would accomplish. It's the same advice over and over and over.
Please read this, from page 2 onward. (< that's a link, click it) The life you save may be your own.
I know I'm hammering on this, but I'm hammering on it for good reason. Snap oversteer can kill you. It really can. Getting the right stuff on the car is more important than almost anything else you can do.
I've been saying this since the first time Popee posted, and (as you can see above) since long before then. Guys on this forum have rolled their car and died. Don't be that guy. It's a hundred and ten bucks. I can't see any reason not to do it.