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Posted by moots on October 25, 2000 at 07:46:54:

In Reply to: Sway-bars-Is it a good or bad idea to add to stock posted by John on October 24, 2000 at 23:54:20:

Bigger diameter sways will reduce the natural roll effect with noticeable difference.I do not think that the ride comfort will be sacrificed when you do highway drives.And no you do not have to c/out alignment as the steering geometry is not affected.The sways will be next on my list of mods.

moots '90 520i lowered wiz 17" m5 replicas

Is it a good or bad idea to add bigger sway-bars to a stock suspension? I know they go together with lowered springs and shocks, but since I don't have the money to do it all at once, and since my stock suspension at 65k still offers a good ride, will I benifit from bigger sway bars without any sacrifice? Anybody have the Eibach Sway-Bars? Any good? Also, if I do change the sways, do I need to do a four wheel alignment? Thanks!

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