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    i might do this to my friends 9th gen.
    we put coils on and it makes a pop noise on bumps now.
    only thing i can think of is that stupid ******* sway bar.
    thing gave me issues the whole install

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    Quote Originally Posted by iggyhaxor View Post
    i might do this to my friends 9th gen.
    we put coils on and it makes a pop noise on bumps now.
    only thing i can think of is that stupid ******* sway bar.
    thing gave me issues the whole install
    Did you install 8th or 9th coils? If 8th gen coils were installed then it has to be removed, there is no place to hook up the end links or sway bar. Its very loose and with constantly vibrate/spin and bounce around.
    Driving a bucket that runs 9's is like having a fat girlfriend who's a good f*ck.....nothing to brag about

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    Can you just cut the sway bar to remove it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sp0t View Post
    Can you just cut the sway bar to remove it?
    Yes..but if you want to put it back to stock youre ******

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    Quote Originally Posted by sp0t View Post
    Can you just cut the sway bar to remove it?
    Quote Originally Posted by mikex18 View Post
    Yes..but if you want to put it back to stock youre ******

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    You won't be able to cut it to remove it. In order to properly remove it you would need to cut the sway bar right down the middle and there is no space to fit a saw, unless you torch it......which is not very safe underneath your engine
    Driving a bucket that runs 9's is like having a fat girlfriend who's a good f*ck.....nothing to brag about

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    Thank you for DIY if I decide to lower on 8th gen coils ill definitely use this guide


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    Thanks for taking the time to put together this DIY. My sway bars will be installed tomorrow, I'll do the rear, but I'm not tackling the front! I'll leave the front to the professionals, I'm sure they will appreciate this write up.
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    Where can i get the pictures for the DIY?

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