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GT3 Sway Bar Fitment for MY03 C4S

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i searched around and found that GT3 sway bars require new shorter drop links on narrow body 996 C2s. i didn't find a definitive answer for wide body cars like my 03 C4S.

i want to tighten things up to see if i can reduce some body roll. i've seen the GT3 bars advertised for less money than H&R aftermarket bars. but if i need new drop links in addition to the bars themselves it about doubles the cost.

anyone fitted GT3 sway bars to a 996 C4S, or know whether or not drop links need to be shorter (replaced)?

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Vick, you are getting too much body roll in a C4S?? That sucks!

I did some research for my 996 cab-4 sways a couple of years ago. If I remember correctly, I can put the H&R rear sway on without new links but the front is going to require new droplinks... regardless of whether I get a GT3 front sway or any other one.

I actually bought the H&R rear sway and never put it on. Want to buy it? :D

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Vick, you are getting too much body roll in a C4S?? That sucks!


I actually bought the H&R rear sway and never put it on. Want to buy it? :D

yeah, i went into an off-camber curve too hot and lifted the inside front wheel. scared the crap out of me. not the car's fault; stupidly aggressive driving on my part.

the sport dampers/springs are great. and it's certainly not wallowing around. i just want to see if i can tighten it up with thicker sways.

i'm still checking prices on GT3 bars. i want a matched set. if the GT3s turn out to be too expensive and i go with H&R, i'll keep you in mind. thanks.


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