anyone giving you issues with a sway bar is when your car is crashed to the point where your aftermarket sway bar is damaged ... then they wont pay to replace it as it is aftermarket.. but it is almost impossible to blame anything on a sway bar cept maybe some minor problems with the rear suspension, but even then i dont think i've ever heard of ANY problems with a sway bar cept noiseMiniByblos said:After reading a lot of posts on the best ways to improve performance on my MCS, I've decided to go ahead with a sway bar and a 15% pulley. I would like to do this in Montreal and hopefully, not void my warranty...
At Park Avenue BMW, last week, they were about to install a sway bar on another MCS. Is your warranty still good if a BMW/MINI dealer installs it?
Also, where would be the best place to buy a pulley and a sway bar for the MCS in MTL? If you've bought them in MTL before, how much did you pay?
my recommendation is try for a pulley party or ask local club guys... some may have pullies installed locally by a garage.. if you do have to do it locally.. find a GOOD garage, dont just go to the shop around the corner, you will need a very reliable garage to do the job, and ask if they have the proper tools to do it, if you are paying someone to do it for the first time get them the tools, typically tool rental isn't expensive so get it for them so they use it and dont damage your supercharger..