Ive noticed this on mine, in cloverleafs etc. The front wants to go straight if you give it too much, which is I think is not too much and it should handle better.Ivory here is a quick whats up. The bigger the bar the more grip is put to the other end of the car. The Accord with its stock sway bars has a lot of push built into it. Meaning the front tires will give up grip WAY before the rears do. Doing just the rear bar will add more grip to the front tires but the car will still push a little. So doing just the rear will have NO bad affect on handling at all. On my V6 I have the Progress bar and only on the stiff setting would my rear start to drift out on long turns like highway clover leafs and what not or high speed chicane. I went back to the soft setting just to be safe. Way easier to catch the car or lift when its pushing vs having to gas it to pull out of some oversteer with a front wheel drive car.
Still loving mine. From my reading, it seems that you just leave the front alone.UPS dropped off the Progress RSR and went straight to a shop to get it installed. Big improvements. Loving how it takes corners now. Anyone notice a difference with a front sway bar?