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Old 02-12-2010, 09:04 PM   #15
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Take 1 nut off 1 side of your sway bar, lower the car and see if you can put the sway bar back on (level ground). If you can, then there is no need for adjustable links.

Larger sway bar in the front will only make the front push more then it does.

On our CTCC/KONI E90's we still use stock bars, just higher spring rates.
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