well I still have to center the bar on the car but it's close and i think i'll leave that till they align the car. but here is some install pics:
Theres still two weak points in my suspension and the number one thing that is gonna be changed is my tires. I'm still on stock alloys and running 195/65 14. You can definitely feel the slop when turning the wheel side to side.
All you need to know about installing the contour rear sway bar is that it is bigger, longer and has an odd bend in it.
To install you should get new higher quality endlinks (I used endlinks from a 1995 nissan altima), other than the optional endlinks, you should only need the bushings (mine came with them)
Tools needed: A 9/16" wrench, 15mm wrench, a 5mm allen wrench/key and a 17mm wrench.
It took me a hour and a half to install with my car sitting on the ground and having to saw off one of the endlink bolts.
Because it's longer put the endlinks on the bar off the car.
Then remove the old bar:
Remove the top bolt of the old endlinks then the two bolts holding the bushings to the frame on each side. the bar should "slide" out.
Remove the brackets that hold the bushings to the frame from the mx6 bar.
Place the frame brackets that hold the bushings to the frame on the bushings
Slide them in towards the center of the car you could probably approximate them by comparing the sway bars and matching them that way.
place the bar under the car, slide the endlinks into place and lightly thread the bolts on.
attach the bottom bolt into the brackets that hold the bushings into place then the nut on the top side.
(note: i did it the other way and i had to use c- clamps to get the brackets into place)
then tighten down all loose bolts/nuts and enjoy.