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Now that Progress has also released a front sway bar to complete there package with there rear( or was it the other way around ), we now have 2 complete sway bar kits. I would really like to hear from you guys with Hotchkis or Progress kits. Also would like to hear from anyone that has expierenced both kits, the pro's and con's and such of either or...........
 

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Progress also has a package that they are selling, I am not sure if the single rear sway bar will change or if teh new rear sway bar will only be available through buying the package.

Their new setup uses a solid front 27mm bar, the rear is a solid 24mm bar and has 3 adjustment points, compared to hotckis which only has 2. Hotchkis bars are hollow so they weigh a little less. I have driven in an srt with both setups and I would easily choose the progress set over the hotchkis set.

The difference in the progress rear bars is that the initial one that came out some time ago is a 22mm solid bar with only one point of adjustment. It will still work great with the new 27mm solid front bar.
 

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some say its better, and that it has improved response. I noticed that both sets (from what I remember) had very similar response characteristics. The progress setup felt very solid, even on its softest setting. I love a stick, race-like feel in a car so I would go with the progress. Both sets are great though dont get me wrong, this is just my opinion.
 

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cali said:
What were the other suspension mods on the 2 cars you drove?
What size rim and tire?
Both had eibach springs IIRC, the one with hotchkis bars had 17x7 chrome wheels (dunno anything besides the bling) with a 215x45 tire. The progress setup was on stock wheels with 215x45 yokohama avs es100's.
 
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