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Old Fri, Feb-17-2017, 11:20:09 PM   #2
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Default Re: Aftermarket front sway bar: worth it?

Yes imo. I just put a TMS 30mm up front on the medium setting (middle hole) and I can tell the difference from before.

Swaybars were one of my favorite mods on my E36 too.

Whether or not you need front or rear or both and what thicknesses and setting depends on what you want to achieve, the type of track, your driving style/preference wheel/tire widths types etc...

But a basic upgrade is a stiffer front. And you get new bushings.

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