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Suspension questions......again

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I recently installed a rear H&R sway bar and a GT3 front adjustable bar on my 99 C2. I have a complete coil over kit with adjustable ride height and damping. Spring rates are 6/336 front and 9/504, not that it matters. I also have installed adjustable sway bar links (heim joints) front and rear. My question is two part. 1. Is there a rule of thumb for adjusting the length of sway bar link/ position that the sway bar is located in when the vehicle's weight is on its wheels? I am experiencing a clearance problem in the front over some potholes. I adjusted the bar in-between the tie rod and I think upper control arms. The Porsche manual I have doesn’t give an idea of what right looks like, on the gt3 with the adjustable stab mounting block it just reads adjust for clearance when you adjust the ride height. 2. Torque specs. Since my setup uses the front wheel carrier to attach the sway bar links and retain the strut like stock, I not sure what torque specs to use. When I approach the 64 or so LB/FT mark the top heim seems to bind. So what specs do I use and how much "movement" should there be in the mounts? Also looking for someone who autocrosses their car to bet a base line setup. Thanks for any help!

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