H&R Sway Bars are the perfect compliment to Performance Springs, Coil Overs, Performance Shocks and Cup Kits.
Designed to reduce body roll, increase lateral stiffness, and improve handling. H&R Sway Bars are crafted from a special 50CrV4 spring steel that is both stronger and more resilient than competitive sway bars. H&R Sway Bars are bent on proprietary machines designed by H&R that seamlessly produce beautiful complex curves making H&R Sway Bars a perfect fit for your vehicle.
All H&R Sway Bar kits have been shot-peened and heat treated for increased durability and feature precision forged ends - many applications have multiple end link mounting points for convenient adjustability. Also included are H&R exclusive bushings made from a Urethane / Teflon composite that eliminates squeaks and don't require lubrication. That means no mess no maintenance-just bolt in H&R Sway Bars and go!
- 26mm Diameter
- Reduces Body Roll
- Increases Stiffness
- Increases Handling and Traction
- Blue Finish
- H&R Rear Sway Bar 26mm
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How the car should’ve come from the factory
The H&R 26mm RSB installation was quick & simple. I paired it with Moog endlinks (the more expensive options wear out quickly, spherical bearings on a street car are NOT a good idea). Anyway first impression the car feels like it pivots on a post in the center of the car when pushed aggressively. After driving it a few hundred miles the overall handling is very balanced compared to stock with minimal understeer. Paired with better tires and additional front camber/caster the car would be an absolute weapon, but as far as bang for your buck this is definitely it and should be considered the first handling mod for anyone looking to push the car on the track or street. Keep in mind if you plan to do an aggressive coilover set up 24mm H&R will match the heavier spring rate better as there is a point where you can over do it. I currently have VWR springs and the match is perfect, so when I eventually upgrade to B16 coilovers I’ll decide if a lighter bar is needed (if so, no big deal these hold their value very well).