Re: What is a H&R cup kit? (chilipepperxxx)
What bugs me about having to get the swaybar is that you're paying money to get what you already have (meaning the H&R isn't any stiffer than the stock swaybar; and I wouldn't want it to be, the car has enough understeer as it is), you just get more clearance. I myself wouldn't want to get it unless I was 100% sure that it was 100% necessary. $200 isn't chump change for something you may not need. If you need it then that's fine. But I wish there was a difinitive answer on the subject. Like, "If your driveshaft is 42mm or less, then you do not need a new swaybar." What baffles me is that they even produced various sized driveshafts. Seems kind of odd. Plus, the front swaybar looks like it'd be a royal PITA to install. Most people probably don't worry as they have someone else do it, but to me that spoils the fun. I like doing my own work wherever I can. And the front swaybar is a job I wouldn't want to tackle unless I had to. If only the swaybars on these cars were as easy to change as the bar on an A4, or the bar on a Mk3 for that matter (even though those aren't super easy, it's gotta be easier than on a Mk4).