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Ezekiel81923

Drag Racing Champion
Location
Royersford, PA
Car(s)
2019 Volkswagen GTI
H&R 26mm RSB and moog endlinks



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Ridebjj

Autocross Newbie
Location
lasVegas
Oh yea, I also watched my odometer roll past 60000 miles yesterday. Oh noes! My warranty! Now I'll never get free work on my highly modified car!
 

DrFunkalupicus

Go Kart Champion
Location
Topeka
Car(s)
2016 VW GTI S
I installed my ST rear sway bar and Moog end links today and it was a pretty easy install. Went for a test drive after and no bumps or clunks or other strange noises and it feels really good on curves and what not. Definitely worth it.
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GTIfan99

Autocross Champion
Location
FL
Ordered 255/40 17 RE71Rs.
 

GTIfan99

Autocross Champion
Location
FL

Ezekiel81923

Drag Racing Champion
Location
Royersford, PA
Car(s)
2019 Volkswagen GTI
26mm is thick. How did it alter the car?


Like GTIfan indicated, it eliminates understeer pretty much completely. The car feels more neutral and there is less body roll.

Driving normally I don't really feel it. Making turns, in bends, it's not noticeable.

But when you drive more aggressively you definitely notice the rear come around more. It's a lot livelier. Not to the point of breaking traction (yet) but in those conditions you're a lot more confident the car is going to go where you point it.

I went towards the top end of what is available stiffness-wise because I wanted to really feel it. I daily my car and won't track it often but the sensation you get when the back end comes around that much quicker makes it worth it in the rare instances when you're really hooning it
 

GTIfan99

Autocross Champion
Location
FL
Like GTIfan indicated, it eliminates understeer pretty much completely. The car feels more neutral and there is less body roll.

Driving normally I don't really feel it. Making turns, in bends, it's not noticeable.

But when you drive more aggressively you definitely notice the rear come around more. It's a lot livelier. Not to the point of breaking traction (yet) but in those conditions you're a lot more confident the car is going to go where you point it.

I went towards the top end of what is available stiffness-wise because I wanted to really feel it. I daily my car and won't track it often but the sensation you get when the back end comes around that much quicker makes it worth it in the rare instances when you're really hooning it
Zero out rear toe with the 26mm and you get a fwd drift car. 😎
 

averyislost

Go Kart Champion
Location
Charlotte, NC
Car(s)
2020 GTI S
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Got some gas and went on a Sunday drive!

Also patiently waiting on my Osram’s from Germany, super stoked to get rid of the halogens
 
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