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Need Sway-bar options...

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I just finished installing my new struts and a set of Eibach Pro-kit springs...

Even with the Eibach springs the ride is a hell of alot better than my stock setup which had 122k miles on it. Now my wheels "walk" over bumps in the road rather than skip off the bumps... I can feel the stiffness of the Eibachs over larger bumps and when i turn the car is noticably flatter (less body roll) than when compaired to the old stock suspension.

However, I'd like there to be less body roll. I have a MY97 Boxster non-S. What options are there as far as Sway-Bars? Incase you ask, I'd like to track the car eventually, so i wouldnt mind a really stiff sway bar. Maybe Insite could help since i know he basically lives on an autocross track.

Thanks in advance!

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H&R makes sway bars for the Boxster, 26mm front/ fixed, 22mm rear/ adjustable. I'm currently looking at getting a pair of these front and rear.


An off topic question: Anyone knows the size of the factory sway bars?

I have a set of H&R sway bars, front and back. They made a noticeable difference on the track over the M030 sways -- a really big difference - I was surprised.

I am likely to upgrade to fully adjustable sways though in a few weeks, only because I need the adjustability for the many different tracks I go to. The M030 are not adjustable. The H&Rs have one adjustment hole on the rear, none in the front.

When I do replace my H&R sways, I will put them up for sale on renntech - have M030 out there now.

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