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Old 02-15-2013, 04:36 PM
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Originally Posted by The X Men View Post
If you install just the bigger rear sway bar, the ride will not be affected as much.
OMG don't do that! When I was young and stupid (19) I ordered front and rear bars for my 240Z. I did the install myself. The front was more complicated, so I started with the rear, then took her for a test drive.

The rear turned my Z into a 930 Turbo clone. Worst TTO I have EVER experienced, even during my subsequent ling tenure as a PCA driving instructor. Thank God the pavement was dry that day, and I survived. My underwear did not.

BTW a lot of folks just seem to be focusing on the thickness of the bars. That is not the only important criteria. E.g. are the various bars solid or tubular? A tubular 14mm will likely be stiffer than a solid 18mm. Get all your facts straight before you start burning through shop time. Or worse, guard rails.

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2014 535i MSport Space / Black, ZCW, ZDA, ZLP, ZLS, ZPP, H-K and 704
2014 328i Sport Wagon, Glacier / Black, ZSL, ZD2, ZD3, ZDH, ZLP, ZPP, ZTP, and H-K

Prior BMW's
2011 535ix MSport
2011 X5 35D
2008 ///M3 Vert
2008 X5 3.0
2007 X5 3.0
2006 X5 3.0
2006 550iA SP
2003 540iA M-Technic
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