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 |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