Eibach, both here and in Germany, do not recommend their E39 sway bars for use on the M5 so, by default ... yes
Dinan supplies reinforcing for brackets with their rear swaybar. Mine have been on since Jan., '05 - no problem.Thanks, :thumbsup:
Got to go with the overprices Dinan again. Dont everything is everprices, but some things are just too much..
I guess thats the price of having a high performance car like the M5.
On another note. Does do you know if Dinan supplies you with their sway bar brackets. I broke the OEM's like 3 times in 2 years. I looked on Dinan's website, but did not see anything about brackets. I know TC design are probably the best in the market right now, but thats about another $120 + $550 for Dinan sway bars.
Yes i amDinan supplies reinforcing for brackets with their rear swaybar. Mine have been on since Jan., '05 - no problem.
BTW, unless you're going to wider wheels/tires on front (instead of your staggered set-up), you don't need a larger front swaybar. It would be a waste of $$$. Just get rear sway, put on middle setting. This will help dial out a lot of understeer.
Also BTW, 'noticed in your sig you have ACS suspension and 19" wheels. You should talk to an experienced/knowledgeable Dinan dealer (or Dinan directly), whether their swaybar (engineered for stock suspension or their suspension; w/18" wheels) is appropriate for your car.
Are you in Los Angeles??
Let us know your feedback once installedReviving this because I found my self in this situation, the threat resulted in me calling Dinan and after a few minutes over the pho9ne they explained the reasoning behind only doing a rear if you have a staggered setup so that's what am doing, Dinan rear sway bar here I come!