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Eibach Anti-Roll Sway Bar Kit (94-04 GT, V6, Mach 1; 94-98 Cobra)

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Features
  • Improves Driving Performance
  • Includes Front and Rear Sway Bars
  • Front Bar: 35mm Tubular
  • Rear Bar: 24mm
  • Fits 1994 to 2004 Mustangs, Excludes IRS Cobras
Description
Improves Handling. Complete your Mustangs suspension upgrades with an Eibach Anti-Roll Sway Bar Kit. Anti Roll Kits, sometimes referred to as Sway Bars, reduce body roll through increased design stiffness over the factory bars. The results are superior handling, flatter cornering and better stability in any driving situation.

Superior Quality and Materials. Eibach manufactures their Anti-Roll Sway Bars from cold-formed, high-strength aircraft-grade steel for precision performance, and are completed in a red powder coat finish for great looks and long life.

Application. This Eibach Anti-Roll Sway Bar Kit is designed for use on the 1994 to 2004 coupe and convertible Mustangs, including the V6, GT, Bullitt, Mach 1 and 1994-1998 SVT Cobra models. Does not fit 1999-2004 IRS equipped SVT Cobra.

Fitment: 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 Details

What's in the Box
Hardware included:
  • (1) Front Bar
  • (1) Rear Bar
  • (2) Polyurethane Bushings
  • (2) Front End Links
  • Lubricant
  • Required hardware
Installation Info
Tech Specs
Specifications:
  • Front Bar: 35mm Tubular
  • Rear Bar: 24mm
Will it fit my Mustang?
  • Bullitt - 01
  • Mach 1 - 03, 04
  • V6 - 94, 95, 96, 97, 98, 99, 00, 01, 02, 03, 04
  • Cobra - 94, 95, 96, 97, 98
  • GT - 94, 95, 96, 97, 98, 99, 00, 01, 02, 03, 04

Does not fit 1999-2004 SVT Cobra's with Independent Rear Suspension (IRS)

Most Helpful Reviews

5/5
Performance right out of the box

I had an aftermarket bar on the back. The one in this kit was twice as thick and hung lower. The front much thicker then stock as well. It looks great and went in easy. A really good bang for your buck ...

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5/5
Drive the corners!

Awesome improvement for handling. Combined with Eibach prokit springs, Tokico HP struts and shocks, J & M upper/lower control arms and caster camber plates. With lower HP than most this makes the car a ...

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Overall Rating 4.9 out of 5 stars
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I’m Justin from AmericanMuscle.com, and this is our handling bolt-on build-up for all ’99-‘04 Mustang GTs. The goal with this build is pretty simple, we’re looking to take some basic suspension components, install them on our 2000 GT here, in an effort to make it handle a lot better than it does now in stock form. Now, individually, installed each of these parts will make a slight difference in your car’s handling. However, when installed together, like we’re going to do today, they should make a substantial difference in our cars’ handling and should make our GT handle like it’s on rails. First up on the list to install is this black strut tower brace that we have laid into place, just so we can see how it’s going to sit. Now this is a very popular first step for making your car handle a little bit better, and it’s going to be pretty easy on your wallet as well. Now basically, this is going to firm up the front end and reduce chassis flex and body roll. I have to admit, that black powder coated finish is going to look pretty cool under the hood as well. The next mod we’re going to go with for our handling pack is a set of these QA1 Caster Camber Plates. These are going to be very valuable for getting our GT’s alignment back in spec after we lower the car. A properly set up alignment will not only help your cars handling, but it’s also going to save your tires from premature wear. Speaking of lowering the car, what suspension build would be complete without a set of lowering springs. We’re going to install a set of these SR Performance lowering springs which will lower our GT roughly an inch and a half or so on all four corners. Not only will this help our ride handle a lot better thanks to that lower center of gravity, but it’s also going to help our appearance as well by getting rid of that ugly wheel gap. Last and certainly not least are these front and rear sway bars from Eibach, sway bars are one of the biggest factors to reduce body roll and are a great tool for fine tuning your suspension. From the factory most Mustangs have the tendency to plow or push through turns, this is referred to as under steer. By installing a larger rear sway bar and tweaking the front, you’re actually going to eliminate that under steer and introduce a little bit of over steer, which means the rear of the car is going to come through the turns much quicker, and actually make the car a little bit more fun to drive. So those are the parts we have in store for our GT here today, now let’s get everything installed so I can get our GT out of the ‘shop and onto the streets, and see the difference this handling pack makes. Alright so I just got our 2000 GT out of the ‘shop and onto the street here, and it took me all of 5 seconds the realize what a difference this handling pack makes to our ride. Gone is the kind of floaty, disconnected feeling that our Mustang used to have, and it actually now feels like a sports car, it feels like it should - much more firm, much more planted, even going straight, obviously through the turns it’s a lot better as well. The car just feels like it wants to respond to your actions a lot more, making it feel like you’re actually part of the car, which is great, and you can just slide turn to turn, going straight here like I said, the car just reacts well to whatever you want to do to it. We have a nice right hander coming up, let’s see how the car reacts with our new mods installed. All right, so much better, the car is just so firm and so planted going through those turns, that can definitely be attributed to those sway bars working with that SR Performance strut tower brace to really reduce our body roll and our chassis flex. I got a nice left hander coming up as well. Oh yeah, you can totally come into a turn now with much more speed and much more confidence going through the turns. The nice thing about the springs too, obviously they lower the car making it look a lot better and handle a lot better, but it’s also better for acceleration and our braking. The car doesn’t want to nose down now when you’re hard on the brakes coming into a turn, making it feel a lot more solid. Those QA1 Caster Camber plates are probably not going to make the biggest difference in your everyday drive however it was able to get our car back into spec after we lowered it about an inch and a half, just so we didn’t chew up our tires and made for a lot better handling. So there you have it, this handling pack really made a world of difference on our GT and really made our car a lot more fun to drive. Be sure to check out some of our other ’99-’04 bolt-on build ups where we work on our appearance, help get our GT off the line, and give it some more power.

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Require Torquing? Does the rear sway bar have a torque requirement?

Corbs

  • I do not believe so but I'd say any mechanic would be able to help. In my case, the mechanic took one bar off and replaced the bar; there was no discussion of torqueing...nor was it mentioned in the instructions as I recall. I used these bars, plus the upper front and rear upper strut bars on my 2000 GT convertible and the suspension up-grade was complete and amazing. No more cowl twist. I suggest if you do the lower, do the upper bars, too...It will finish the job!!

    Palamino1

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Will adding sway bars like these decrease ride comfort and increase road noise? My Mustang is my daily driver, and I'm thinking about adding something like this after replacing control arms, springs, shocks, struts, etc, but I'm worried if I go too far with suspension mods like these, my car won't drive as comfortably in the long run. I want to find a balance.

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Will the kit above fit my 2002 GT Convertable

minkypie

  • The Eibach Anti-Roll Sway Bar Kit (94-04 GT, V6, Mach 1; 94-98 Cobra) will fit on both coupe and convertible mustangs from 94-04 GT.

    Ricky36

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Overall Rating 4.9

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  • 5/5

    Installation Time: Shop Install

    Installation Cost: $100-$250

    May 01, 2013

    Drive the corners!

    Awesome improvement for handling. Combined with Eibach prokit springs, Tokico HP struts and shocks, J & M upper/lower control arms and caster camber plates. With lower HP than most this makes the car a lot more fun to drive by keeping up the speeds and control on the road. Mechanic said no problem with install.

    IrishBullitt7

    Year: 2001 Model: Bullitt Driving Style: Daily Driver 'Stangs I have owned: 2 Rotterdam, NY

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  • 5/5

    Installation Time: Shop Install

    Installation Cost: 0-$100

    September 20, 2012

    Performance right out of the box

    I had an aftermarket bar on the back. The one in this kit was twice as thick and hung lower. The front much thicker then stock as well. It looks great and went in easy. A really good bang for your buck for sure.

    Yotamaster760

    Year: 2001 Model: GT Driving Style: Daily Driver 'Stangs I have owned: 3 San Diego, CA, USA

    Helpful (1) (0)

  • 5/5

    February 01, 2010

    anti-roll Kit

    Great kit. Easy to put on. Only difficulty was compressing the bushings of the front end links. Figured out a neat "cheat". Put new bolt in from bottom of lower control arm. Assemble all the bushings and washers up to the sway bar end link hole. Bolt is too short to allow the nut to be threaded, right? Put your floor jack with a small block of wood under the bolt and raise it gently. This will compress the bushings enough to allow placement of the top nut. Great product. Easy to install. Thanks AM!

    Todd

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  • 5/5

    July 21, 2009

    Awesome mod

    This is an awesome handling mod. The car feels _WAY_ better in the corners. I haven't been able autocross since the installation since Eibach forgot to pack my bushings with the kit. Install very smooth pretty easy you can do it by yourself, but I would recommend 2 pairs of hands. The instructions say to use no lube on the front bushings. I did this and they squeaked like hell and made horriable noise. Sounds like metal on metal rubbing when in the car. I though it was my aftermarket endlinks at first(other review says he got endlinks, I did not). Took the sway bar back off and added some grease. Noise went away and is great. Highly recommended for anyone that plans on autocrossing or racing(with turns).

    Eric

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  • 4/5

    July 09, 2009

    Good Mod, but...

    This would get a five stars, but, as the install guide on the website details, you\'ll need to replace some of the supplied hardware. I recommend replacing the nuts used on the rear bar as the author describes. He\'s also corrected about the Eibach endlinks for the front bar. The bolts are two short. No problem, just reuse the factory endlinks. Good kit. It definitely works as advertised. I would purchase it again. I\'d just provide my own bolts and not even attempt to install the Eibach endlinks!

    Travis

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  • 5/5

    June 08, 2009

    One of My Best Mods

    This kit is absolutely amazing! It\'s like a totally different car to drive in the corners. It actually TURNS INTO itself rather than pushing the front. I\'m still shocked at the difference these sway bars make and aside from a good set of shocks and struts, these are the first thing I recommend to anyone wanting better handling out of their Mustang.

    D Smith

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  • 5/5

    Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

    September 18, 2012

    Simple install, bad*** performance

    First off, this install took me no longer then 45min to install the kit. I don't know where they came up with 2hr install. jack the car up off all fours a good 2ft and your good. Four bolts in the rear and eight lock nuts up front. Used a DeWALT impact on both the front and rear. Makes things easier, real simple, and super fast. Use the stock endlinks to make life easier. !TRUST ME! The car rolls a lot less and my drifts are a lot easier to control. Also have BBK uppers and lowers and it really brings the handing together. I'm sure once I lower the car it will be even better.

    crash90

    Year: 2004 Model: GT Driving Style: Daily Driver 'Stangs I have owned: 2 Las Vegas, NV, USA

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  • 5/5

    September 03, 2010

    Must Have!!

    WOW!!! Completely changes the way your pony feels. Gives you a ton of more control and makes cornering extremely fun. It's a must have for anyone modding a mustang or just want more control.

    Gerardo

    Driving Style: Daily Driver

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  • 4/5

    Installation Time: Afternoon

    January 27, 2012

    Eibach Sway Bar review

    My 96 Cobra was handling poorly with a lot of body roll. Upon inspection the rear aftermarket sway bar (Steeda) installed by the previous owner had cracked at the bolts. It was an opportunity to upgrade and after alot of research and reviews - i decided to purchase the Eiback front & rear set. The 10% rebate also helped make the decision since my budget was a factor... Installation was pretty simple and all the parts and instructions that came in the box worked out fine, including the end-link bars that otherreviews indicated were a bit short. A big difference can be seen in the front bar diameter and weight as well. I felt a really nice improvment in the handling during the test drive and am very happy wit hthe choice to purchase this Eibach Sway Bar set. Thanks and Happy Motoring!!

    MJfromNJ

    Year: 1996 Model: Cobra Driving Style: Street / Strip 'Stangs I have owned: 3 Central NJ

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  • 5/5

    June 14, 2011

    Big difference, hardware needs help

    I just installed this kit last night and so far the results are impressive. Turn in is much better. More crisp and aggressive, in fact the whole suspension feels nice and tight now. Install wasn't bad, contrary to previous instructions I recommend installing the control arm bolts from the top of the sway bar after you have it lined up and secured tightly to the frame mounts. Then using a block of wood place your jack in the center of the sway bar and compress the entire bar. This will allow you to tighten both rather than one at a time. My only complaint was with the rear. The instructions indicated to re-use the rear clips but they won't fit on the new sway bar so I had to use the supplied hardware. The hard part was holding the nut in place while tightening the bolt. But other than that lone issue I'm very happy with the kit thus far, well worth the investment in handling.

    Turd

    Year: 1999 Model: GT Driving Style: Street / Strip

    Helpful (5) (1)

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