Originally Posted by alludc
yea, no intention of pulling my sways off. Between this site, and the FB groups I can think of at least 35 guys running the rro+5100 setup already and we're all doin good.
I think your sway bar may very likely be limiting your travel. If you ever get a chance, measure from your rim to the fender with your vehicle raised. Maybe lift it from one side or the center and see if you get a difference. Then you can compare to my numbers. With the Bilsteins and sway bars off I get 13.5" from 20" rims to the fender on the front. On the rear, I get 13 3/8". This should help you understand how your suspension is functioning. I'd be interested in hearing your numbers.
When it comes to vehicles, there is only one thing I like more than horsepower and that's suspension, especially wheel travel. Sway bars have their advantages, but you don't get to utilize all that wheel travel as easily or sometimes at all.
But with a RRO 2.5" lift there would probably be a lot of body roll and for anyone whose wife drives the car with their kids inside, definitely don't remove the sway bars.