.94 to .91 to help with handling? Why? Isn't that how it DOESN'T work lol?
Depends on the help you want.
Let's say you have a neutrallying handling car, but it rolls more than you like.
So you put a front anti-sway bar on it to help hold the front down.
That, by itself, will create understeer. That is, S4Gunn goes into a corner, and it wants to go straight instead.
So you beef up the rear anti-sway bar.
Oops. You went too far, now it OVERSTEERS - S4Gunn goes into the corner, turns the wheel to turn 90*, the car goes through 115* as the tail end swings out.
What S4Gunn is probably wanting is to tune for a small bit of understeer; or it's currently oversteering.
Sometimes, more is not better.
Sometimes, less is better. Depends on what you're doing and how you're driving.
Also, the stiffness of the shocks will affect the ideal sway bar stiffness (which is, all else the same, related to the size).
Edit: A quick note on what does what - http://www.motoiq.com/MagazineArticl...e-chassis.aspx