There are differance between those brand
Other brand ?
For the front and the rear
I have no complaints with my hotchkis as well.
Current VAG collection- 08 TT coupe 3.2 MT | 06 Phaeton 4-seater 6.0 W12 | 04 VW R32 | 03 GTI VR6 - all of them 24v VR6 based.
Current other- 00 M Roadster | 12 Kia Soul 1.6 stick | 14 CB1100 | 01 ZRX1200R | 03 KLX400R | 00 XR200R
Neuspeed 22mm rear, wanted one of the thicker bars out there but wanted to stay solid. Over OEM, I feel a difference throughout the turn, however I added coils at the same time. I do like my current setup, but I've never driven any other setup on my car.
I have a 25mm H&R front sway bar which I've yet to install but upon further research, it'll introduce more understeer which I tried to reduce with just a larger rear sway bar.
Last edited by wunderdub; 10-03-2012 at 10:46 PM.
The Hotchkis f+r work very well together as many here will attest.
I've run Neuspeed 22 & 25mm rear and 22 front. Broke the 25mm rear. Once I get a replacement back from Neuspeed they'll both be for sale... unfortunately it's a hollow bar, so you may not be interested.
I found the on-track handling to be much improved after upgrading to the Hotchkis setup. Just my (and other's) $.02
NEUSPEED 25mm - hollow (tubular) seems to snap on a number of people under hard driving.
NEUSPEED 22mm - solid, don't know of many people besides myself using this
H&R 21mm - solid, majority say H&R = hums and rattles
Hotchkis 19mm - tubular, i think this thread speaks for itself
Some sort of scientific or other reason might help as to why Hotchkis is meant to be better then anything else on the market would be helpful in threads like this ....
Turbo`d GTX4088R .
DRP gearbox`s, diesel 02M gear sets, R32 rear diffs plus tubular manifolds and many other parts always for sale.