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Old May 20th, 2004, 06:46 PM   #1
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sway bars/anti-roll

ok so i'm thinking of not to go w/ lowering springs just for now, but i want to improve my handling ...i.e. body roll. So which anti-roll / sway bars should I get? Whould I get Both front and back or just front/back?
if i need to get both front&back and i'm on short budget so i'm thinking of buying 1 good brand 1 and the other is a generic 1 (which cosst abt $20), My question is should I buy the good 1 for the front or the back?
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Old May 20th, 2004, 07:06 PM   #2
 
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our cars come with stock front sway bars that r just as good as generic ones. U could buy a neuspeed sticker and slap it on and tell em its neuspeed, noone will know the difference.
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suspension techniques makes an upgraded sway bar kit. Front and Rear.
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cant go wrong with those
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but they not cheap tho
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$360 for front and back
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thats not terrible, doesn't neuspeed chrage like 200 for each?
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thz guys.
but say if i can only afford 1 of them, should i get the front or the back?
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Old May 21st, 2004, 05:10 PM   #9
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oh ya, I think i can get the full set for 275 at local shop.
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just get both
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Old May 26th, 2004, 02:57 PM   #11
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aite i've done sum search for the suspension techniques sways and they are pretty good except for the rear 1. peepz got major pain in da @$$ trying to install the rear.
Maybe suspension techniques front and DC or AC Rear?
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our cars come with stock front sway bars that r just as good as generic ones. U could buy a neuspeed sticker and slap it on and tell em its neuspeed, noone will know the difference.
neuspeed is no good?
i'm down between either S/T sways or Neuspeed (i mite be able to get them w/ 50%off w/ these). Any suggestions on which sways to get?
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i never said they werent good. I just dont know if its worth the money to replace somthing you already have, but then again i dont really know because i dont have an aftermarket one.
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^^ oh ok
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the one we have is 3 point, which might not be as stiff
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wouldnt 3 point be stiffer then 2point or whatever those aftermarket one are called
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in my opinion, a 2 point would be stiffer since it has no bends
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