Sway Bar Upgrade

I'm interested in sway bar upgrade for better handling. Any recommendations for 1999 Lexus GS400 ?
See "Sway Bar Upgrade" here...
https://www.clublexus.com/how-tos/a/lexus-is-gs-performance- modifications-363369 =========================================================================Sway Bar Upgrade
The sway bar is what holds the suspension to the wheels and controls how much "roll" your chassis gives when you make a turn, especially a sharp turn. A very popular upgrade is the F-Bar upgrade that is much stiffer than the stock sway bar. There's at least a 50% stiffer setting for this F-Sport sway bar and it really shows. Your ride will be much more responsive with much less under-steer going into a sharp turn. You won't slide in your seat as much. This makes the car feel much sportier, and although it will not increase your horses, it will allow for a higher speed into the turns. For less than an hour's time with install, this is a modification well worth your time and effort.
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Adam quoted:

Nonsense. Neither sway bars nor anything else can nullify Newtonian mechanics, particularly as applies to momentum.
If you want to avoid sliding in your seat, spend $ a few thousand on some Recaro seats. Never mind they might cost more than a 19-year-old GS400 is worth.
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