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      11-13-2012, 07:17 AM   #36
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Just to throw some fuel on the fire. Turner were at LRP yesterday tuning their LRP M3. They were testing some custom H&R springs for that car, with only a front sway bar. I asked them about that, as I am interested, and the engineer guy I chatted to said that with M3's rear was stiff enough as stock and that adding the sway bar to the front stiffened up front end roll and improved turn-in for a little better handling on the track. I pressed him again about needing a rear sway bar too, but he said it was a a lot of trouble to put in, and you would be okay with just a front bar if you wanted to tighten body roll up. I was expecting him to insist on matched bars since his company is a supplier.
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