Adj. 2 hole
Adj. 2 hole
H&R Sway Bars
Industry's strongest and most durable
H&R Sport Sway Bars are crafted from a special (hf) 50CrV4 steel alloy—the highest tensile strength available. The quality of the material and design guarantees smooth transitional sway bar function—decreasing the feedback response time—and increases stiffness over stock. H&R Sport Sway Bars improve a vehicle's lateral stability and cornerning grip, while reducing body roll.
H&R Sport Sway Bars are precision engineered—designed and manufactured to be strong, resilient, and durable. Adhering to the same manufacturing philosophy as H&R's world-renowned springs, H&R Sport Sway Bar design and production receives significant attention to detail and commitment. Each sway bar is cold-formed and heat-treated, with forged seamless bar ends. H&R shot-peens the sway bars to increase durability and check for dimensional correctness. At H&R's ISO9001 certified manufacturing facility in Germany, production is completed in-house and each sway bar must pass a series of rigorous quality control tests to earn H&R's approval and yours.
Being 100% German made means a commitment to doing it right—giving you the best quality product.
Sport Sway Bars
- Reduces body roll
- Highest tensile strength available
H&R Sport Sway Bars are designed for drivers who desire improved handling without lowering or affecting ride quality. H&R Sport Sway Bars increase your suspension's roll stiffness—or its resistance to roll in turns—while maintaining ride comfort and dramatically increasing cornering control, lateral stability, and grip. A unique feature of H&R Sport Sway Bars are the smooth, machined-like forged ends that, for specific vehicles, allow for adjustability in stiffness—giving you an unmatched level of precision and performance.
Sway Bar Bushings
H&R Sport Sway Bar kits include exclusive sway bar bushings, featuring a special urethane/Teflon composite that prevents squeaks and eliminates the need for lubrication. No mess, no maintenance, a perfect fit.
Audi TT RS 2013