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3.3TT Eibach sway bar both or just rear for AWD Stinger

Cowboymarc21

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I bought front and rear Eibach sway bars at partsengine.ca. They arrived in 2 days and they were offering a 10% Black Friday discount.
I installed them in my garage with jack stands and several different ratchets, sockets and a swivel.

Rears were tough, and the only way I got through it was listening to some of the forum members telling me to stick with it. Took about 2 hrs.
Fronts were a breeze and took about an hour
Mine is is an AWD, I went with Soft/Soft setting.
It feels great.
 

Buzz

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Correct!! Swore he does all kinds of suspension and handling. Pretty much doubt it. I’ll take it to the Kia specialists.
I don't think there is any group of people further removed from performance parts and modifications than a "Kia Specialist". Take it to a performance BMW/Audi shop and meet your people, they can met a new customer base in the process.
 
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I have been reading the comments regarding the Eibach sway bars differences in opinion, but most are AWD. I have a 2019 RWD GT with LSD (Limited Slip Differential), and it has definite oversteer tendencies with stock setup. I am planning on installing the Eibach Pro Kit with springs and sways. I was thinking that a firm front sway and soft rear sway would balance out the oversteer tendencies from the rear to create a more balanced cornering experience. Would love to hear feedback from anyone on this exact setup as a reference and what the benefits/sacrifices were vs stock setup. Thank you
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Stinger GT SS

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I have been reading the comments regarding the Eibach sway bars differences in opinion, but most are AWD. I have a 2019 RWD GT with LSD (Limited Slip Differential) (Limited Slip Differential), and it has definite oversteer tendencies with stock setup. I am planning on installing the Eibach Pro Kit with springs and sways. I was thinking that a firm front sway and soft rear sway would balance out the oversteer tendencies from the rear to create a more balanced cornering experience. Would love to hear feedback from anyone on this exact setup as a reference and what the benefits/sacrifices were vs stock setup. Thank you
I’ve been running Eibach Swaybars for over two years, both front & rear are set on softest setting as per Eibach install option for general road use, Eibach specification for hardest setting mainly for smooth highway driving & track.
Although that does not preclude anyone from setting it to suit yourself, I’m yet to try different settings as I’m extremely happy with the current soft settings.
 
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I’ve been running Eibach Swaybars for over two years, both front & rear are set on softest setting as per Eibach install option for general road use, Eibach specification for hardest setting mainly for smooth highway driving & track.
Although that does not preclude anyone from setting it to suit yourself, I’m yet to try different settings as I’m extremely happy with the current
 

Mrorbidhunter

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True, most people aren't. I just thought this might be like the old Honda, Integra and S2000 forums I used to frequent since the Stinger is a sub-5 sec. car 0-60 and also people here are talking about modifying them :) Don't worry I have figured out that the majority of Stinger owners are not gear heads :D But I am here to educate if anyone wants to learn! :)
And hondas arent a sub 5-sec car? Hahaha
 

ChaneRZ

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Way back I was happy with my 14 sec Supercharged Honda Prelude lol.
 

MikeysGT

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Anyone put Eibach's on a 2022 AWD yet? I'm about to buy them but just want to double check that fitment is still the same as previous model years. I'm assuming so, but it doesn't hurt to ask.

Edit: I reached out to Eibach directly to ask about fitment and they said they don't offer anything for my vehicle.. However looking online I know the OEM bars are the same part number for 18-21
 
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RogueIV

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Anyone put Eibach's on a 2022 AWD yet? I'm about to buy them but just want to double check that fitment is still the same as previous model years. I'm assuming so, but it doesn't hurt to ask.

Edit: I reached out to Eibach directly to ask about fitment and they said they don't offer anything for my vehicle.. However looking online I know the OEM bars are the same part number for 18-21
You're likely good to go especially if the numbers match. This facelift I don't think they really did any changes to the suspension.
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JamesNoBrakes

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Anyone put Eibach's on a 2022 AWD yet? I'm about to buy them but just want to double check that fitment is still the same as previous model years. I'm assuming so, but it doesn't hurt to ask.

Edit: I reached out to Eibach directly to ask about fitment and they said they don't offer anything for my vehicle.. However looking online I know the OEM bars are the same part number for 18-21
Yes I did. Fitment is exactly the same. Most parts suppliers and auto support companies do not have MY22 data entered yet, even though it's the same.
 
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