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Old 11-28-2012, 10:53 PM   #1
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2013 v6 mustang with Gt500 front and rear sway bars???

What's up crew, I need some help again
What would be the pros and cons of changing out my stock sway bars and pan hard bar for the stock GT500???
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What's up crew, I need some help again
What would be the pros and cons of changing out my stock sway bars and pan hard bar for the stock GT500???
Turns will feel much better but ride may be stiffer as in you will feel more bumps
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Old 11-29-2012, 12:07 AM   #3
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My concern is over/under steer... What do u think
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My concern is over/under steer... What do u think
Hmm honestly I think you should be fine, but you never know till you try it out man
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Old 11-29-2012, 04:02 AM   #5
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It will take corners better and car wont want to push out as much. If you have them or got them cheap well worth it. Aftermarket is even better as the bushings and materials used will be of better quality. Overall ride will not suffer at all IMO. It wont make it more harsh over bumps or anything like that but will make it sway less from left to right when you need to turn quickly or drive it into a turn or have a bunch of weight in the car.

As far as over/understeer is concerned an adjustable bar would be your best option but if I had the gt500 bars sitting in my garage they would be on within the hour. lol.
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Thanks man for your response.
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Hey man did you ever get those sway bars installed? i found them for 50$ and thought it wouldn't be a bad swap. Ijust need to know if they fit the 2013 v6
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