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In the never ending quest to make my car feel less "boaty" I'm looking at doing front/rear sway bar upgrades. Mine didn't come with the competition suspension, so if I go with a stock style sway bar I think I'll need to track down the correct mounting plates, but I saw this on TCP's website and it looks pretty tempting.

 

http://www.totalcontrolproducts.com/arrm.html

 

Can anyone comment on the quality/adjustability of these? And is it worth going this route over the stock style sway bar?

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Autoedit has them on his car, but he has their whole suspension setup as well. I know he is pleased with their products though.

 

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I am looking at TCP Panhard bar as well. I have Maier's leaf springs and apparently they dont recommend using a sway bar with their springs and Panhard.

The picture of TCPs sway bar make it look very small, does any one know the diameter?

 

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I am looking at TCP Panhard bar as well. I have Maier's leaf springs and apparently they dont recommend using a sway bar with their springs and Panhard.

The picture of TCPs sway bar make it look very small, does any one know the diameter?

 

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From what I can tell it's 3/4". I'm thinking running it with a 1 1/8" front sway bar should keep things balanced.

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