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      12-10-2013, 11:12 AM   #1
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Question RD Sport Sway Bars or H&R Sway Bars???

I have Ohlins R&T suspension on my M3 E92. Tell me please, which is better install with Ohlins suspension, RD Sport or H&R sway bars?
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I have Ohlins R&T suspension on my M3 E92. Tell me please, which is better install with Ohlins suspension, RD Sport or H&R sway bars?
I have RD Sport and like them so far. I believe they are also hollow so lighter than other ones out there.

Do you still get body roll with the R&T kit?
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I have very small body roll with the Ohlins.

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OEM sway bars: front 26.5mm, rear 22,5mm
H&R sway bars: front 27mm, rear 23mm
RDSport sway bars: front 30,2mm, rear 24,5mm

What better RDSport or H&R???
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      12-16-2013, 01:47 PM   #5
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we always recommended the RDSport sway bars. if interested they are also currently in stock =)
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we always recommended the RDSport sway bars. if interested they are also currently in stock =)
I bought RDSport sway bars! Thanks!!!
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Any way to buy just the front? I don't need a rear.
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Same here. I don't need a rear bar either. Our only choice would be the H&R or the Dinan. The Dinan Bar looks to spec out better than both, but like most Dinan things is over priced.
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