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How to Install a Eibach Anti-Roll Sway Bar Kit on your 2011-2014 Mustang

Installation Time

2 hours

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NOTES: Read All Instructions Before Beginning Installation

  • Only qualified mechanics experienced in the installation and removal of suspension components should perform this installation.
  • Use of a hoist and screw jack is highly recommended and will substantially reduce installation time.
  • Installation time: Is approximate .5 hours with the use of a hoist.
  • Never work on or under a vehicle unless it is properly supported.
  • Tire Rotation: In order to increase the life of your tires, it is recommended to rotate your tires every 3,000 miles.


1. With the vehicle safely supported, remove the front 2 wheels. Note: Never work on or under a vehicle that is not properly supported with the appropriate safety equipment.

2. Remove the lower plastic cover and the lower brace.

3. Remove the nuts that secure the bushing brackets. (See Photo 1)

4. Disconnect the front end links from the factory front bar on both sides, then, remove the bar from the vehicle. Note: Be careful to note the orientation of the OE bar, as the new Eibach bar will be installed in the same orientation. (See photo 2)


5. Lubricate the Eibach bushings with the provided lubricant, then, install the bushings onto the bar with the cut portion of the bushing facing downward.

6. Install the bar into the vehicle and secure it with the provided bushing brackets and OE nuts removed in step 3. Note: Be sure to install the Eibach bar in the same orientation as the OE bar. (See Photos 3 & 4)

7. Secure the end links to the bar using the OE nuts removed in step 4. (See Photo 5)

8. Double check to make sure everything is tightened and properly positioned, then, reinstall the lower brace and plastic cover.


a) Full Rear / Softest Setting.

  • Reduces under-steer
  • Use in rain or on slick roads.
  • Use on rough or bumpy roads.
  • Increases comfort.

b) Mid Setting / Street Performance Setting.

  • Tuning out under or over-steer.
  • For normal driving conditions.
  • Dry street driving.
  • Use with additional trunk weight.

c) Full Forward / Firmest Setting.

  • Reduces over-steer
  • Use on dry roads and tracks.
  • Use on smooth roads and tracks.
  • Do not use on wet or slick roads

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