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Does anyone know the differences between these M030 Front Sway bar part numbers, in terms of diameter and thickness size, along with stiffness:

996-343-701-21

996-343-701-23

http://www.cb-racing.com/boxster_030.html

I was using the above website and could not find these part numbers with corresponding diameter, thickness and stiffness.

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I checked Pelican and didn't come up with any tech info.

996-343-701-21-OEM

Original Front Sway Bar, Boxster S (2000-04), Boxster with M030 (1997-04), Each

Brand: Genuine Porsche [More Info]

$367.75

996-343-701-23-OEM

Original Front Sway Bar, Boxster S (2000-02) with M030 (USA and ROW), Each

Brand: Genuine Porsche [More Info]

Does anyone know the differences between these M030 Front Sway bar part numbers, in terms of diameter and thickness size, along with stiffness:

996-343-701-21

996-343-701-23

http://www.cb-racing...oxster_030.html

I was using the above website and could not find these part numbers with corresponding diameter, thickness and stiffness.

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I checked Pelican and didn't come up with any tech info.

996-343-701-21-OEM

Original Front Sway Bar, Boxster S (2000-04), Boxster with M030 (1997-04), Each

Brand: Genuine Porsche [More Info]

$367.75

996-343-701-23-OEM

Original Front Sway Bar, Boxster S (2000-02) with M030 (USA and ROW), Each

Brand: Genuine Porsche [More Info]

I actually checked out Pelican already.

Does anyone know the differences between these M030 Front Sway bar part numbers, in terms of diameter and thickness size, along with stiffness:

996-343-701-21

996-343-701-23

http://www.cb-racing...oxster_030.html

I was using the above website and could not find these part numbers with corresponding diameter, thickness and stiffness.

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21= Base M030 23.6mm 3.5mm

23= Box S M030 24.0mm 3.8mm

Suggestion from an old track rat: If I wanted to do a custom sway setup using Porsche bars, I would put the Base M030 on the rear and leave the front alone. YMMV

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21= Base M030 23.6mm 3.5mm

23= Box S M030 24.0mm 3.8mm

Suggestion from an old track rat: If I wanted to do a custom sway setup using Porsche bars, I would put the Base M030 on the rear and leave the front alone. YMMV

Thanks Topless.

I currently have the Base M030 rear sway bar and stock base front sway bar now. I like having my Boxster more neutral to oversteer for Autocrossing. I'm planning to sell the M030 front swaybars and that's why I needed the information.

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