The use of sway bars on an off-road vehicle is an often debated topic. Some people feel that the sway bar limits articulation so it should be removed to allow greater off-road performance. However this is not legal and also impacts on the ride and handling of your vehicle possibly increasing the propensity for your vehicle to roll over.
Some people have experimented with removable or releasable sway bar links but all the feedback we have received is that these have not been terribly successful. In some situations, particularly on long trips, aftermarket sway bars will provide enhanced on road performance without impacting off-road performance significantly. VMN office superpro sway bars for some vehicle models.
The superpro sway bar is generally slightly larger in diameter then the factory one and our customers have reported significantly improve performance whilst driving with these fitted.
Superpro also have a range of a of adjustable sway bar links which are designed to be fitted with these with their sway bar to allow the vehicle to be set up for better performance after a suspension lift has been fitted.