In looking at options for rear sway bars, I found this one that was designed for the B-spec Mazda 2: Since I have generally been a mustang guy, I just happen to have a couple of left over adjustable panhard rods from the 2011 and 2013 mustangs. Those panhard rods look a heck of a lot like that swaybar above. This is the one I have from Maximum Motorsports: In looking underneath the fiesta, there are holes near the springs on both sides of the twist beam. These are where the red bar brackets from the Tri-Point bar attach. I put the MM panhard bar under the car and low and behold, it is almost the perfect length to attach the two smaller holes on either side of the beam. Another angle: And another: This is another angle of where it could attach: This is just mocked up. Wanted some feedback about it. From what I can tell, the rear swaybars out there stiffen the twistbeam in various ways. I would think this would work. The ends are adjustable. I would expect that making the rod shorter would stiffen it up. Not sure that the bracket where this would potentially attach would need to be reinforced or not. That would seem easy enough to do. Any thoughts would be appreciated. Thanks.