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I'm going to change the sway bars on my 2014 Boxster S, should i go with the H&R or GT3 Front and X73 rear, which is better, H&R is $570 for Front and rear and ships from Germany, X73 and GT3 is $855 shipped. If i buy H&R do i have to change the front drop links. and is H&R sway bar hollow, i have installed rear lower support bar last week.[h=1][/h]
 

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You can get Front and rear x73 sway bars shipped to you in the US for under $500 including new OEM sway bushings from several on line dealers who sell parts(mine came from California) From my experience with a 981CS the ride is a a little stiffer but not harsh with PASM and adding the front bar after installing the rear made a difference although it is only slightly larger 1-1.5mm in diameter.

The car is perfectly flat IMO.

And I didn't need to mess with new links and no strange noises from non OEM bushings.
 

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You can get Front and rear x73 sway bars shipped to you in the US for under $500 including new OEM sway bushings from several on line dealers who sell parts(mine came from California) From my experience with a 981CS the ride is a a little stiffer but not harsh with PASM and adding the front bar after installing the rear made a difference although it is only slightly larger 1-1.5mm in diameter.

The car is perfectly flat IMO.

And I didn't need to mess with new links and no strange noises from non OEM bushings.
Thanks For the reply. Do you have a part number for the front sway bar. i have for the rear.
 
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