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    MKIV Body Rock

    Stupid question and probubly already answered but...

    How do I reduce the body rock and roll?

    Passengers are complaining the my cars shell swings to much compaired to my dads kia bus,
    There all women that wont except is the way the car operates
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    By adding a rear anti roll bar, front strut brace and lowering the car should all help body roll.
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    First check your shocks aren't knackered.

    If all's OK , then fit a rear anti roll bar, stiffer shocks, stiffer springs (in that order), or all at once if you have the dosh.

    A strut brace won't do diddly for body roll

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    If they aren't motoring enthusiasts who would know what they're talking about - comments from "ordinary" passengers like that is likely to be worn out dampers.
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