Upgrading panhard bar without lowered suspension?
I want to start by saying that I like the stock ride height of my 2013 V6 PP and have no plans to lower the car, typically why you would upgrade to an adjustable panhard bar to re center the rear end. While I want to upgrade to adjustable dampers for better handling and ride quality, that's somewhat pricey and I am looking at some other upgrades in the near future. I read on product descriptions that one of these will improve handling and help put power down by reducing lateral movement in the rear end.
I suppose I am trying to figure out how replacing one big rod with bushings on each end link with another rod will be better. Is it all in the bushing stiffness or does the stock bar just flex a lot due to thd type of steel used?
Will this help settle the rear end down going over rough/bumpy pavement?
For a little over $100, at least it is cheap. I'm replacing my driveshaft soon, so what's another $100 when I am already going to have the car on a lift for that? Thanks
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