KurtH460 wrote:Normal street driving is...still normal. Not much change noticed unless getting into corners..and the more speed, the more the noticed improvement!
It's hard to argue against the added cross-support bar on some STBs! I just like stuff that matches (ALL RS in my case). And, I want the Edelbrock S/C as last mod...and GWR shows that it'll fit with their RS STB..so easy choice for me.
As to "riding on rails", to me that's the point of adding stiffer sway bars...hence, my always "full tight" mentally )
This Club could now be reasonably, comfortably driven long miles now...and I wouldn't have said that before the mods )
You are absolutely right about tire pressure, just going from 28 to 29 the car ride is firmer and road variations more noticeable.
My RoadsterSport SB are not as strong as the Progressive brand from GWR and set to the middle hole F/B gives a nice flatter ride but with some body roll; not like the huge dips before.
I also have a performance alignment which made a huge difference in handling even with stock tires/shocks/springs. Tire to be replaced when worn to the 215 size as I likely will be keeping the stock rims.
Note my car is an auto trans GT so the GWR under body braces are currently not available.
So, from the responses so far, its worth for added handling improvement to get a STB installed and that a RS STB will provide similar results, perhaps not to the same extent, as the more robust Cobalt STB.
Now wondering if changing to Bilstein shocks with stock springs worth the expense and trouble in order to keep stock height. My ride is fairly comfortable and stable and has to be wife approved......