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I'd like to get rid of some of the body roll in my car. Is there a difference in the sway bars in the STS as opposed to the SLS? If so, can an STS sway bar bolt in? Will this have an negative effect on the RSS system? Also, are the struts the same between the two cars, differing only in calibration? If so, is it possible to transfer the module responsible for managing the struts on an STS to the SLS? I don't want to get ridiculous, but I do miss the responsiveness of the STS.


-Mark P.

Salem, MA

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The stabilizer bars are different, and so are the spring rates. If you change the mounting bushings, I would think you could put STS stabilizer bars on your car. I think the spring rate is what you really want to change though, and that's in the coil springs.

Jason(2001 STS, White Diamond)

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