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Old 10-23-2012, 02:35 AM   #1
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2011 5.0 rear sway bar on V6?

So I have a friend that is getting a better aftermarket rear sway bar, he said he would give me his old one for $20. I just wanna know if anyone has tried it and if it works and how it feels after the install? Thanks guys
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So I have a friend that is getting a better aftermarket rear sway bar, he said he would give me his old one for $20. I just wanna know if anyone has tried it and if it works and how it feels after the install? Thanks guys
You wont feel a big difference your only going to notice it if you go aftermarket
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I installed a 2007 GT 500 rear sway, panhard and strut tower bar and I noticed a huge difference in my 2012 V6. It just feels like I'm in more control when taking turns.
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The GT500 bars are much beefier than the GT bars. They have to be due to the increased weight of the car. A great upgrade for a v6 if you want to stay OEM or are doing it on the cheap.
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The GT500 bars are much beefier than the GT bars. They have to be due to the increased weight of the car. A great upgrade for a v6 if you want to stay OEM or are doing it on the cheap.
Lol my dad owned an 07' Super Snake,( his was number 3** something) so I've been using his take off parts. Going to get the front sway installed soon and change out my brakes for his Brembos. I doubt the factory S/C will fit with out some heavy modifying so I might just sell that but all in all they have been a big help and I haven't had to spend a dime on suspension parts yet.
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