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E21, E30General discussion and technical help for 1975-1991 3 series cars.
get aftermarket bigger bars front and back, just my $.02
..heh im leaning towards that. I called Ireland, they quote me around 200 for PU bushings, mounts for the bushings and a reinforment piece.
I like that, but the only thing is that i would have to weld on the reienforcement pieces and screw new holes for the new bushing mounts.
A little more work then i think its worth for a 1.5mm increase and PU bushings. Also i would have to buy the rar bar from the stealership...at 105$. I could go with there rear 19mm bar for 255, but then i could just go an extra 60 bucks and get the bar set from Turnermotorsport. So really im better off with the aftermarket from turner motorsport.
So im still debating. But leaning towards the aftermarket.
Only thing i dont like is the adjustable feature. Well i guess i can just tweak with it for a couple of days and see what i like.
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Your Ride: 1991 318is (e30 m42), 2007 Mazdaspeed 3
I think Larger Bars are the way to go, if you wait until next week i can find out what I guy I know is running on his 318is, he said they made the car even more of a beast. Also if i had my computer with me I could pull some of my bookmarks.