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Front and rear sway bars are without necessary in most car setups as they help transfer the weight more evenly when cornering, but when people start talking about installing aftermarket ones they specifically mean setups that are designed to handle a lot more abuse and are usually far more rigid and of higher build quality, but just because they are better, does that mean you have to install them on your car?

Well, as always, that depends on what the purpose of your car is. If you enjoy the odd track day and use your car most of the other time on the streets then installing sway bars might be complete overkill.

However, if you are installing sway bars to maximize your cornering performance solely on the track then it might be something to definitely consider.

Take a look at the video below by the YouTube channel: Cameron Alford on Should You Bother Installing A Rear Sway Bar? VW GTI...

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