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Advice on 996 Cabrio Sway Bars

Last season I put Bilsteins on my 996 cabrio, and it made a big improvement. I've been advised that they aren't as responsive when set to max firmness, and I maybe should upgrade my sway bars, to get the Bilsteins back to mid-range and provide more adjustment margin.

Dumping the cabrio and moving to a coupe isn't an easy option, so I get to play with the car I've got.

Any advice on what sway bar upgrade I should consider (size, adjustable, etc)? I've heard of some folks putting on the GT3 sway bars. Thoughts on drop links?

Thanks!
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Hello and welcome to the forum! Are you going to be doing any tracking or is this purely a daily driver? Other members will likely chime in with opinions/experience. For tracking, Tarett makes some excellent sway bars. I'm also attaching a link to our site's DIY tech articles for the 996 - please let us know if you have any other questions.

https://www.pelicanparts.com/techarticles/996_tech.htm
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I'll be tracking the car in DEs. I've got about 30 track days so far with this car.
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