I managed to mount the sway bar with help of mechanic friend at his work with proper lifts. Took just about over an hour. We had to remove the 3 rear panhard rod screws on each side and some plastic panel as well so we could get the exhaust to sag enough for the swap to be successful.
Tonight I also tracked the car for the first time since the swap. It's like a another car. The rear is much more planted and gives more rear wheel skidding compared to previous four wheel skidding. First timed lap on the track was only 0.18s above my personal best on that track. I did not manage to beat that tonight, maybe next time.
So in short I'm very happy with the 034 rear sway bar in the soft setting. I leave to try the hard setting for another season at least.
S5 Sportback MY2013/B8.5 + Brembo 380mm BBK + 034 Motorsport Rear Sway Bar and Transmission Mount
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