Interesting mod which sounds enticing, though I'm not toooo critical of the body roll of this car (feels tighter compared to what I was used to).
I'm gonna assume the answer is a "no" here, but figure it's worth asking: Would beefing up the front sway bar add maybe too much rigidity to where the car would now feel too "hard" and less absorbing over bumps and rough patches? I.e, did BMW put thinner sway bars in part due to it giving the car a more absorbing/"soft" feel, or is it simply an inferior sway bar in every which way (sportiness with no negative effects on rough-patch absorbing).
'15 Porsche Macan S / SportDesign
: White/Black (Alcantara/Leather), PDK, 20" RS Spyder's w/ Colored Crests & Summer Tires, Air Suspension w/ PASM, High-Gloss Black Trim, Premium Package, Comfort Lighting, HD Radio, Smoked Markers, Tints.
'15 Mazda 3 i Sport.
Recents: '13 BMW 535i M Sport: Black/Black, Prem/Tech/Sport Auto/etc. M-B's: '11/10/06 E350 "Sport", '02 S500 w/ Every Option.