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Old 03-07-2014, 01:16 AM   #1
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Anti sway bars

Are they really worth the upgrade ? Anyone have a picture comparing the thickness of the oem vs the after markets ?

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If you like to go through twisties, lots of mountain roads, take corners fast etc then yes swaybars are definately worth the upgrade. I dont have them yet, not even a strut bar on my car. I just have really good ground control coilover suspension which uses eibach springs and koni adjustable yellows custom valved to the eibach springs. The springs, shocks and having the best high performance all season tires I use continental dws will improve the feel of your car tons over stock setup. Even with my setup im sure swaybars would just improve on the handling even more, hope this helps.
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Not to hijack the thread but are they worth it for cars with the performance package. I know those sways are beefier and the rear one is an SVT. Maybe just the front one then? I couldn't find sizes of the stock sway bars and then the performance package ones.
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Are they really worth the upgrade ? Anyone have a picture comparing the thickness of the oem vs the after markets ?

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Hey,

Good question, however you will most likely get a wide variety of answers on this one.

To me I think they are worth it. I like having the most control over the vehicle as possible. You can feel a difference in the corners and they really do keep it just a bit more planted.

It really depends what you are looking for. If you want a whole new feel to the car, this probably won't be a worth while mod for you. If you want to fine tune the chassis and suspension to get the most out of the car, I would say it is. If you do get it, I doubt you will be disappointed, but really depends on what you are going for.

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Absolutely dan I've spent my fair share of money on American muscle this far and have been a fan of every product . My email is jetsfan11791@gmail.com if you Wana see what I got . And yes I have taken full advantage of the discount haha.

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I have steeda ultimate on mine I love them.

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And my car had the svt sway bars. Only the front one is bigger but the steedas make it look puny

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That looks great you really feel a difference ?

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My car doesn't roll in turns it feels more planted

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You have the steeda in the front as well ?

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Yes I do.

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And my car had the svt sway bars. Only the front one is bigger but the steedas make it look puny

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You mean the Performance Package sways right? Thank you for the feedback as I haven't run across anyone who upgraded the PP ones. It kills the body roll right?
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I only have the rear adjustable steeda sway bar. And set it to the stiffest and wow. It does help out a lot in body roll. Saving up to get the front one now.
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What about getting the sway bar links from BMR and using that with the stock v6 sway bar? I have a feeling the stock bar is probably strong enough for most driving styles, its just the weak links that would flex.
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The stock bar is OK. But the steedas are a better thicker steel. Which reduces front end roll.

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I would only be changing the rear links. I have the strut bar for the front.
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You can get just the end links. But make sure they will fit the diameter of the stock sway bar.
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