Optimal production of bispecific antibodies requires efficient and tailored co-expression and assembly of two distinct heavy and two distinct light chains. Here, we describe a novel technology to modulate the translational strength of antibody chains via Kozak sequence variants to produce bispecific antibodies in a single cell line. In this study, we designed and screened a large Kozak sequence library to identify 10 independent variants that can modulate protein expression levels from approximately 0.2 to 1.3-fold compared to the Wild-type sequence in transient transfection. We used a combination of several of these variants, covering a wide range of translational strength, to develop stable single cell CHO bispecific cell lines and compared the results with those obtained from the wild type sequence. A significant increase in bispecific antibody assembly with a concomitant reduction in the level of product-related impurities was observed. Our findings suggest that for production of bispecific antibodies it can be advantageous to modify translational strength for selected protein chains in order to improve overall yield and product quality. By extension, tuning of translational strength can also be applied to improving the production of a wide variety of heterologous proteins.