Further review - much flatter through turns also. Notacible improvement. Reminds me of my lowered GTI. Car feels much lighter through turns also since it's not swaying/leaning as much... Nice job H&R!
I just installed the H&R rear sway bar on my S4... I noticed immediately much more responsive steering - especially at higher speeds, smaller inputs needed...
I also noticed significantly sharper turn in on onramps and curves....
And to my surprise the whole car actually feels tighter and stiffer. For the $250 plus install I happy with the improvements - bang for buck deff recommended...
ECS Tuning is selling it for $237 - http://www.ecstuning.com/Audi-B8_S4-...Bar/ES1876408/
But I got mine from tirerack... they matched the price for me.
I'll try and see if I can take a picture - the clamps are much better on this one - no chance of slipping.
I have been impressed. The only drawback is that the car has become so directionally stiff that the steering will sometimes slightly pull to one side or the other when there are grooves in the road. I did not notice this before I installed the sway bar. It's a VERY subtle drawback but thought I'd mention.
Handling is improved, turn in is sharper and overall road hold feels firmer.
If you really want to help your boat of a stock S4, you should install the EuroCode Alu Kreuz. It is an amazing upgrade to the stock subframe brace.
2010 Brilliant Black A4 SLine • Hüper Optik • EC Alu Kreuz/ÜSS • 034 HiFlo Turbo Hose • EC HFC • Milltek • ST-40 BBK • Hankook Ventus V12's | Pending: Black Grill • Höen H11 • EC Intercooler • EC Short Shifter | Wish List: New Wheels • ECodes