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Very good read. I have not done as many of these upgrades as listed on the original list. A SC would be sweet....
 
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Thanks! The sway bar mod answered a question for me that I did not know how to ask. :thumbsup::thumbsup:
 

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Thanks! The sway bar mod answered a question for me that I did not know how to ask. :thumbsup::thumbsup:
You're welcome, Gila. Thanks for the read!

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You're welcome, Gila. Thanks for the read!

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I've got another question. Why did you select the Hotchkis over Whiteline, Eibach or Petty sway bars? BTW, I only have two requirements for whatever I go with; the lightest weight that will do the job, and they must be powder coated. Cost isn't an issue here, because there is only about $100 price difference between all of them.

I have wheel hop from hell that I need to cure, and to that end, I have an aluminum one piece drive shaft on order so I can install drag radials, and I'll also be replacing the cradle bushings. I'm sure the sway bars will also help, but that's not the main reason I'll be adding them. I already have Razors Edge 4 point shock and strut tower braces, and am hoping the sway bars will complete my suspension needs. I'm not going to lower the car because I have to go over speed bumps at 1 mph at stock height.
 

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I've got another question. Why did you select the Hotchkis over Whiteline, Eibach or Petty sway bars? BTW, I only have two requirements for whatever I go with; the lightest weight that will do the job, and they must be powder coated. Cost isn't an issue here, because there is only about $100 price difference between all of them.

I have wheel hop from hell that I need to cure, and to that end, I have an aluminum one piece drive shaft on order so I can install drag radials, and I'll also be replacing the cradle bushings. I'm sure the sway bars will also help, but that's not the main reason I'll be adding them. I already have Razors Edge 4 point shock and strut tower braces, and am hoping the sway bars will complete my suspension needs. I'm not going to lower the car because I have to go over speed bumps at 1 mph at stock height.
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No particular reason. There are many good brands out there as you pointed out. Some people are even swapping their OEM bars with Hellcat parts.
 
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Very good read. I have not done as many of these upgrades as listed on the original list. A SC would be sweet....
Cheers, brother.
 
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Had Pettys Garage install their coil over suspension, front and rear anti-sway bars, end bars, bump shear bushing, and front strut tower brace 5 years ago, 60,000 miles ago. Exceeded my expectations. They put her in their 4 pad NASCAR scale, and did it right...
 
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