I too have heard great things about the hotchkis sways. They were used on the project 1.0G 350z, on their middle-setting. They were part of a combination of sways, wider wheels/street tires, and a different LSD.
I was swayed (smart a...!) by the reports on Hotchkiss, although I have used Whiteline in the past and found them to be good.
TPIACE, I will wait to hear from you idc as I am happy with a joint import and then sort it out from there. I will be away until Tuesday (without internet access as well), so will get back to you then.
also look into the local product, whiteline, I think you should also be able to approach them or one of their resellers to do a group buy.
Also, check the specs of the whiteline against the hotchkis and if my memory serves me correct there is not too much difference in the % increase rates. I went down this path a long time ago (and am getting old too) but the whiteline sways worked out at least $250 cheaper than importing the Hotchkis.
With that in mind you are also supporting an Aussie company.
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