Post by scottyaurorav8 on May 9, 2020 15:21:33 GMT -6
I spent today removing my sway bar bushings and the sway bar end links. I'm glad I did. The factory links are cheap garbage. I installed the new moog sway bar end links which are made of polyurethane. Very pleased with the product. Very high quality when compared to the factory. Moog #k700528 and #k700529 are what you need for both the front and rear. 2001-2003. I got them off Amazon I think they cost me $35 bucks.
Then I installed my self- made poly bushings I mentioned on my previous post, around the sway bar and tightened them down.
I took the car for a spin and the first word out of my mouth was "tight." Very tight handling. It felt very sturdy when cornering. No doubt about it! I have no way to attribute it to my poly bushings or the moog end links. But it's all polyurethane front and rear. So I recommend everyone change the factory bushings out and pop these Moogs in. I also have my car lowered with the Eibachs. I'd say overall my car being lowered, now having the poly sway bar links and bushings and then having the Moog solid rear trailing arms the car is really handling noticeably better than factory for sure.
2001 Aurora 4.0 V8, complete custom air intake assembly, Corsa exhaust, ported and polished throttle body, interior LEDs.