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sway bars, H&R springs and stock shocks??

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I'm considering aftermarket sway bars (GT3 or TRG) to complement my H&R springs and otherwise stock setup. Figured I could dial out some understeer but keep the ride acceptable on crap Michigan roads.

TRG sway bars are $1100 per set (with articulating links)

They are similar to GT3R sway bars.

Otherwise, GT3 sway bars are about $500.

I would feel kinda stupid spending $1100 on sway bars when a Bilstien/GT3 setup is $2000.

Your thoughts?

Thanks everyone!

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I would feel kinda stupid spending $1100 on sway bars when a Bilstien/GT3 setup is $2000.

You make a very good point with that comment. :) I think you would be getting a lot more bang for your buck with the PSS9/GT3 bars than going with the TRG bars and stock shocks/H&R lowering springs that you already have. The dual spring PSS9 coil overs are supposed to offer a relatively supple initial response to bumps, with the stiffer spring component taking over on the bigger stuff. Also the shocks are adjustable for rebound and compression so you can tune them to meet your ride/performance requirements. Plus you have the ability to adjust your ride height. The whole package is designed to work properly together with the adjustable GT3 bars. My $.02 is that it's well worth the price differential over the TRG bars alone.

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