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 ^^ I could only describe you as beautiful, extravagant never!


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 ^^ I could only describe you as beautiful, extravagant never!

 

I will take that as a compliment, Sir!  :)


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The Sway Bar I believe is in Holborn, where you apparently can go and meet extravagant and beautiful people...

 

Correct, Sir. I am often there myself.

 

 

This explains the red livery on your car.  :D


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Ps new ilmotorsport bars fitted now to my 07 Sport and they have improved the flatness for sure and ride just the same. Money well spent.

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Ps new ilmotorsport bars fitted now to my 07 Sport and they have improved the flatness for sure and ride just the same. Money well spent.

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Half a year later, how are they working out for you Copperzoom5? Any cracking or premature wear?

 

I was reading about them and they seem good for track use but my concern is longevity. I'm often near the coast and have my concerns about sand etching away at the aluminium. Is yours a track only car or is it street driven?



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I can only reiterate my comments in post #6, the ILM bars seemed a little lightweight (although that doesn't reflect the actual torsion rates) and for me they seemed to make little in the way of reducing body roll to the extent I wanted. The Racing beat bars were definitely the way to go for me plus they have three levels of adjustment on them.


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Hi all, bars are good. My car does 2k miles pa for road use only so I doubt they’ll ever wear or crack unless I do something silly which is unlikely. For the average guy on an average budget they do the job and do improve the flatness. I’m not at the giddy tech heights of Steve here who is a thoroughbred in these things.

Good enough for me.


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My car also lives in the garage all year round so the closest it gets to salt is the salt shaker in the kitchen two rooms away


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