I have a 2004 s60R GT. I recently purchased the IPD rear sway bar (neutral balance kit - rear bar only). My local volvo dealer is actually pretty cool - the service mgr owns an 04 s60r gt as well. As we got to talking about the bar install, and discussing the rear end hop, he indicated that there was a warranty bushing kit to fix, and that they could do the rear sway at the same time.<br>well, they had a lot of problems (NOT with the IPD part - the subframe bushing mount on one side was worn out - new subframe required) They got it all buttoned up, a 4 wheel alignment, and SUM calibration. Now here is the problem...<br>The car is downright scary to drive. The back end feels "floaty". the car feels disconnected in yaw. The initial turn-in response seems excessive. Once the car is in a corner, it takes a great set, and the understeer experienced previously is gone. Also, for example, when under hard acceleration in a straight line, if i back off the throttle abruptly, the car pulls to the right.<br>I have driven neutral/balanced cars before (but not R cars). I have been through the Bondurant school, so i would like to think i at least know a little bit about neutral vs. oversteer, etc. My question is - is this kind of response normal for the neutral kit, or is something else wrong from all of the other work done previously? Are these symptoms indicative of what is normal for the neutral bar? It almost feels like it is on the verge of oversteer (snap oversteer actually) at initial turn in at highway speeds.<br>Does this make sense? I welcome all thoughts and inputs, as i need to contact the dealer to see how to fix this.<br>Thanks in advance!