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Sun, Jan-23-2005, 10:12:31 PM
What are the Best Swaybars out there.And what website can you find them at?

Sun, Jan-23-2005, 10:15:19 PM
Search. This has been covered before.

Sun, Jan-23-2005, 10:16:34 PM
Search. This has been covered before.

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Sun, Jan-23-2005, 10:27:44 PM
I currently running GC, very nice pieces and well made. I persoanlly would go GC, UUC or Eibach. If you more fine tuning then get teh GC ones.

Sun, Jan-23-2005, 10:59:24 PM
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Bleh. Dont' chair me! :gun:

Mon, Jan-24-2005, 03:24:03 AM
Trev. the chairs were for MLINER...lol

Rob's Archive
Mon, Jan-24-2005, 03:53:03 AM
i rounded up a few threads on this one that were easy to find..

swaybars (http://www.m3forum.net/m3forum/search.php?)

swaybars2 (http://www.m3forum.net/m3forum/search.php?)
swaybars3 (http://www.m3forum.net/m3forum/search.php?)

swaybars4 (http://www.m3forum.net/m3forum/search.php?)

Mon, Jan-24-2005, 04:47:23 AM
Definitely UUC or Ground Control.

Mon, Jan-24-2005, 05:01:26 AM
Definitely UUC or Ground Control.
Have you had experience with them?

Mon, Jan-24-2005, 05:54:37 AM
Wow, I just read my earlier post. Never seen so many spelling errors, lololol. Its been a long week.
Anyways, if you don't mind spending the $$$, get the GC, you won't be disappointed.

Mon, Jan-24-2005, 05:08:03 PM
IMO if the car is not going to see the track with a decent suspension set up to beging with, either the GC or UUC is gonna be a overkill. I have the GC and I have to say these are definitely the "best" bars out there...but if I had the chance to do it over, I would have save myself a few hunred bucks and went with the eibach. I am 100% certain I am not pushing my car anywhere near limits of the GC coilovers and sways on the street...not $$$ well spent

Mon, Jan-24-2005, 06:53:56 PM
I agree with above statement. If you are just using the car on the street, you might not even really need a sway bar upgrade and just get coils.

Mon, Jan-24-2005, 07:24:33 PM
MLiner, you know I hate you but here is the short of it:

GC if you are mechanically inclined and think you can make adjustments to tune the bars to the feeling you like. Most complicated but most tunable bars out there.

UUC if you are not mechanically inclined (I'm leaning towards this option for you). The rear end links are tricky to set up without the bar rubbing on the halfshafts so perhaps Eibach is better if you are not good at fiddling with this kind of stuff. Eibach is a plug and play sway set up. No adjustablity is the downside.

Eibach may be best if you are as as much of a tool in real life as you are here.

Super Gyros
Mon, Jan-24-2005, 09:41:06 PM
Although I hate answering questions that emerge almost weekly I recomend the Eibachs. I love them!