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Old 09-08-2020, 09:06 PM   #17
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Join Date: Nov 2007
Location: Reading pa

It makes the front better, but apparently not the rear while street driving. The rear seems to be touchy, my 242 has stock swaybar, IPD lowering springs, Bilstien Touring shocks, 245/35-17 tires and if you hit certain bumps the rear gets very unsettled, jumps sideways while bouncing. I'm considering removing the rear swaybar to lessen that effect. It is very similar to when I added a large rear swaybar to my 740T wagon that didn't have one. Over expansion joints on the highway the rear would jump a tiny bit sideways.
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1978 242, 5.3 L33
1979 242, MS, R brakes
2006 V50 T5 AWD @ 17 PSI
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