Thats all I've ever heard...thats why I asked. In combination with a larger rear will the car become a bit more neutral? I guess I coul just buy it and find out myself.Less body roll, better turn-in.
But I'm sure at least 10 people will chime in saying "Don't put a bigger front sway bar on, are you stupid?!"
I notice that alot of people say stuff just like that using the qualifier "overly" or "too much", but I'm assuming there is no easy way to know when you're on that fine line, without going over it. Thats the hidden nature of my question...would H&R front & rear sway bars along with my H&R coilovers send the car in the understeer,neutral or oversteer direction.The idea is that bars are a "tuning" tool, not a always good and always bad type of thing.
Bars and harsher spring rates do the same thing. Decrease body roll. They both have draw backs. If you want less body roll with a softer ride, then use a bar, unfortunately your decreasing the independance of your suspension and as Omni stated, you'll see more inside wheel spin, and without an LSD, that could really hurt ya.
Harsher spring rates will do the same thing, but they will allow the suspension to keep it's independance (keeping both tires on the ground). The downside, is the ride quality. And just FYI... a stiffer front means more rear grip, a stiffer rear means more front grip. So an overly stiff front will probably add understeer. An overly stiff rear will add oversteer.
So whether or not you want to run a front bar should be based on where you want to be with regard to the points listed above. You make compromises either way.