Whiteline Rear Sway Bar 22mm Adjustable

Part #: WHI BSR33Z
MSRP: $239.80
( 3 reviews )



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Brand: Whiteline
Adjustable Front: Not Included
Adjustable Rear: Yes
Bushings Included: Yes
Mounts Included: No
Sway Bar Diameter Front: Not Included
Sway Bar Diameter Rear: 22mm
Sway Bar Type: Solid
Mfgr. Warranty: 1 Year
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Subaru Impreza
WRX 2002,2003RS 2002,2003TS 2002,2003

Whiteline's 3 hole 22mm adjustable sway bar allows trimming of oversteer/understeer through varying the sway bars ability to resist weight transfer via increasing or decreasing the effective arm length of the sway bars mounting position. If desired you can even set one side at the "hardest" position and set the other side at the "softest" position to achieve your desired effects. A bigger front sway bar will give the car more understeer where a bigger rear bar will give the car more oversteer. .
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Impressive upgrade! Imperfect product.
thehodge09566 3 months ago
Just got done installing and test driving this swaybar, and White line endlinks to match. Big, big difference in handling! Wish I'd have done it when I first got the car! If you're thinking about it, just stop, and do it! The product I received was not perfect however. Out of the three settings, only the softest was ready to go out of the box...the other two will need to be reamed out a little, as the supplied bolts will not go through the holes. For now though, the soft setting is plenty satisfying!

MY01 STi Wagon
Boosted_Monkey 6 months ago
Installed with Whiteline Front Sway Bar, Front/Rear Endlinks, and Rear Sway Bar Mounts. Both bars are still on their softest setting while I adjust to the new behavior of the car. The rear rotates much better while cornering and I don't get as much understeer. Very happy with these products.
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bwileyhedrick 1 year ago
Matched this with Whiteline rear endlinks after doing the front Whiteline sway/end links months back and I should have done this much sooner. Car feels amazingly stable when cornering now, highly recommended. Install was a breeze, much easier to do the rear than the front, nothing to do for the rear but remove the old sway, grease up the new bushings, and place the new bar in.


  • AnswerQ: spacers?  ricedoutsubie 1 year ago

    will i be needing any sort of spacers, if i were to get both f/r 22mm sway bars to be paired with my f/r whiteline endlinks?.

    • A: If using Whiteline end links with our sway bars, then there are no spacers needed for this install.

      Jonathan @ Whiteline 1 year ago

    • A: We recommend spacers anyone getting Whiteline Sway Bars. You can find them by searching part # KAR KB-017WLS

      Brady R. 1 year ago

  • AnswerQ: Adjustments   JordanJ128 2 years ago

    What are the other adjustments besides 22mm?

    • A: The reference of adjustment is just that the bar has multiple holes to which the endlink can be attached to. Based on the hole that you attach the endlink, the effective force required to twist the bar will change. By changing the force that is required to twist the bar, the effective output will be the amount of roll that the chassis exhibits.

      Kirill C. 2 years ago

  • AnswerQ: Wagon?  SF_Giants1 3 years ago

    Hello, WIll this bar fit on a 2002 wagon? Thanks

    • A: Yes this would fit the Wagon model as well with no issues.

      Kirill C. 3 years ago