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The rear suspension in our cars is a torsion beam.
Before you make any changes, read up on what that means with respect to changes.
AutoSpeed - Anti-Roll Bars and Torsion Beam Rear Suspensions, Part 1
AutoSpeed - Anti-Roll Bars and Torsion Beam Rear Suspensions, Part 2
Once you better understand that, determine what exactly you mean by "for handling". Do you want the car to rotate easier on an autocross course? Or do you just want a stiffer-feeling ride?
All other things being equal, more roll stiffness at one end of the car makes that end of the car lose traction earlier than less roll stiffness.
Edit: Ugh, I just read the marketing crap on that link you posted. Swaybars aren't about making the car corner flat. You can do that with just springs. Swaybars are about fine tuning forces during cornering.
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