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Old 05-31-2001, 08:55 AM   #1
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Join Date: Mar 2001
Location: Murfreesboro, TN 37129
1998 Legacy GT Ltd

Post SPO adj. sway bar install

Last night I installed my new SPO adjustable sway bar kit and I love it. I ordered this bar over the whiteline simply because I got frustrated at other vendors to the point that I din't care if I had to pay more, I just wanted satisfaction. The kit include a heavy duty mount, heavy duty links, and a 19-21mm adj. sway bar. If you added all three of these things up in a whiteline product you would come up with a more expensive kit than what I paid for the SPO. Add to this the impecable service, help, and pleasure that it was to order through SPO and I will have to say that I am very pleased.
The install was self explanitory and didn't take long doing it myself. I initially set it at the 19mm setting and was very happy with the driving characteristics on stock suspension. After I install my new springs and struts this weekend I will take it up to the next setting and see how that feels. So far the car is much more stable in swerving manuvers and setting up for corners. In the corners you can make much more radical turns due to the car not swaying from one side to the next. I couldn't really do a good comparison on my fav curves as it was wet this morning.
I just wanted to take the time to praise a vendor that satisfied a now life long customer. Fit, Finish, Function, and Customer service, what more can you ask for.

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