Dinan bigger front and bigger adjustable rear bar is a pretty good setup. Will that not work for you?So I need some bigger swap bars on my e39 m5.. but. I can't find them ANYWHERE. ... does anyone know a company that makes them? I already asked turner and ecs... blahhh
Slight OT but I remember reading on here that installing the front sway bars is pretty price when it comes to labor. I read lots of people who do rod bearing replacements also change out the sway bar since quite a bit is needed to get to the sway bars. Anyone know how many shop hours it would take just to do a front sway bar replacement?
The problem is that the stock front bar is 27mm, and the aftermarket bars (either Dinan or Eibach) are only 28mm which gives just a 15.6% increase in stiffness (assuming the same moment arm length, but I'm pretty sure neither one of them is adjustable)...given the labor that's involved to swap it, it's simply not worth the meager return.