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      02-28-2009, 07:38 PM   #9
bayerischeperformance
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Originally Posted by Panda///Monic View Post
It's just a lot of people wouldn't do it even if there was one available. Doing the sway bar on the M3 requires dropping the subframe, and that seems like no fun and a lot of money
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Originally Posted by Mr. 5 View Post
Yah, I know what you mean but I did the installation on my 335 (which requires the same process) and just with going from the 13mm bar to the 14mm bar was noticeable.
it doesnt require removing the subframe to do the install unless you think its required for the rear. It took me about 15 minutes to install a front H&R bar on one of our guys 335's
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