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Just big sway bars aren't going to do much. To get the best track handling you need to do the whole thing as a package. Torsion bars, revalved shocks & sway bars. You will notice the biggest improvement on the track from re-valved shocks. I use to run the F&R 30 re-vavled shocks on our street/track car. They are pretty stiff for the street. If you want to retain a good street ride I would go with the F&R 10 valving. I also ran 27mm front & rear sway bars. The typical race set up is 31 front & 27 rear sway bars. This is what we run on our race car. Both bars are about in the middle.

You should talk to Smart Racing to get the appropriate package for your car.
'79 930/DP935
'68 VW 3.3 Turbo Crewcab
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