Re: SRT rear swaybar effect on quadralift?
No anytime the suspension is at different heights it loads up the bar, whether this is caused by cornering loads or any other external factor makes no difference. Anytime the wheels move relative to each other the bar is loaded (put into torsion) and this will have the effect of transferring energy from one side to the other. This is why your effective spring rate changes, as a force (hit a pothole for instance) tries to push the tire up on the high side that force must now overcome this extra energy as well in order to articulate the suspension.
Realistically the sway bar is cheap enough that you could simply try it and see what happens and lose little if it turns out you want to go back. The proof is in the pudding.
2014 Diesel Grand Cherokee