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Re: Just ordered some sway bars from UUC and... (archive)

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Posted by Suwipin on October 04, 2000 at 01:28:47:

In Reply to: Just ordered some sway bars from UUC and... posted by ChewToy on October 04, 2000 at 01:07:39:

I had the UUC non-tubular sways on my car, along with Eibach springs and Bilstein shocks.

My setup is the one that's recommended from UUC:

"it is recommended that the front be set to FULL STIFF (which is the holes furthest from the ends) and the rear to FULL SOFT (holes closest to the ends). This setup will give your car the most understeer with the Sway Barbarians. From there, you can tune the bars to your driving style."

The sway bars really decrease the body roll on my car but right now I am hearing some funny noises on both rear and front suspension every now and then. I am suspecting that the noise is coming from the sway bars. Rob, can you help me with this one?


was curious what the popular setup is. I have a 95 M3 with bilstein sport shocks and h&r sport springs. I just ordered UUC's tubular sways and I'm curious how I should set them up. I've heard FULL stiff up front and softer in the rear, but how soft? And what kind of handling can I expect from this setup? I do some autocrossing on the weekends and this is a 2nd car for me. I tend to like neutral handling cars with a taste of oversteer at the limits. Any of you out there with some UUC sways have some input? The sizes are identical to the RD sways 26/24 fr/r Any input appreciated.





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