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O.k., I heard about pre-loading (torsion) anti-sway bars. Since I am about to install some H&Rs using adjustable Tarett links, how much pre-load should I put on the bars. This will take out the slack in the neutral position, but can also be using to some extent balance the effect of the sway bars on the left vs. right wheels. Am I out-to-lunch here or is there something to all of this? I have 18" Cayman S wheels with 235 front and 265 rear. I'm starting out with the rear H&Rs on the softest setting for my typical spirited DD use.
 

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The sway bars should have zero preload. This is part of the reason for the adjustable links.

If you have any preload on the bars it makes them difficult to adjust and alters the corner balance.

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Thanks guys for the good advice!
 
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