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Topic Review (Newest First)
08-29-2004 01:20 PM
DC_SAAB Nice...that's really nice.

You should see and most importantly feel a definate improvement. I installed both as well.., the front was a pain so I took mine into Gathersburg best SAAB guy in town, and got the job done professionally.
08-16-2004 06:44 PM
KevinY With the C channel of the axle close off, the inner "sway" bar is not really relavent any more. I presume this is the bar you are referring to to prevent axle twist.
08-16-2004 12:05 PM
Tweek's Turbos Don't forget, there are 2 diff diameter inner sway bars inside the axle.
08-16-2004 05:25 AM
rcmdesign Ooh I like the yellow color

That thing looks really tough!
08-15-2004 10:10 PM
KevinY
MP Performance sway bar installed

Installed the MP Performance sway bar on the rear axle today. With all the upgrades and reinforcements, I think it should be stiff enough, do you? Can't wait to see how this car handles. Also, installed the PowerFlex bushing on the front suspension arms.

Kevin





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