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Hey guys,

I've been doing some reading on the vw forums and come across this here:

Manufacturers use beefy swaybars to keep the ride cushy (soft springs) for the general public. But swaybars actually decrease traction because they transfer a disproportionate amount of weight to the outside wheel. It feels like you're going faster, but you're not.

so I did a bit of digging

and found this great article

http://www.automotivearticles.com/123/Anti-sway_bars.shtml

enjoy boys and girls!

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