Nobody is immune to making mistakes, not even Formula 1 mechanics. Im not saying you made a mistake, but instead of snapping at one of the most helpful individuals on this forum, maybe just take a step back and realize they are only trying to help.I know how to install end links thank you very much
Are you still using the Hardrace end links and how do you like them?Upgraded dampers, stiffer springs and an upgraded RSB will help with that.
My car sits very low and is very planted to the ground. I can take turns at crazy speeds with almost no body roll or movement at all.
I have a front strut tower bar, H&R lowering springs, Koni FSD dampers, adjustable upgraded end links, an H-Brace from Megan Racing and a Progress rear sway bar. The Continental Extreme Contact tires also helped with a more stable/planted ride. They grip much better than the stock tires.
Double checking...these end links will work for both the front and rear? FYI--I'm lowered on Eibach Pro-kit and Koni FSD and will be getting a RSB soon.https://www.ebay.com/itm/Heavy-Duty-Adjustable-Sway-Bar-End-Links-For-BMW-3-Series-E90-E91-E92-E93/281695078940?fits=Year:2003|Make:BMW&hash=item419655ca1c:g:3EwAAOSwAN1bpkmd&frcectupt=true
Don't worry about the product description, they are kind of a generic part.
are the Moog units shorter than the factory end links? The end links in question are adjustable so that they can be shortened to compensate for a lower ride height. I am sure the Moog units are solid, but if they are not adjustable or at least shorter than the factory end links then it won't do what they need to do on a lowered car.