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Whiteline Front Roll Center Adjustment Kit

MODEL # WHI KCA313

$224.82


  • Q: Are these good for a RCE black springs setup?  wmeador4947523 days ago

    08 WRX with RCE blacks that give roughly 3/4" (20mm) drop. Is that enough of a drop to recommend this product over OEM?
  • Q: Stock?  Ninjor1 year ago

    Can you run these at stock height? Might throw these on a week before my coilovers as my ball joints are bad.
  • Q: Will I need this on rce yellows?   plowboy66022 years ago

    My car is sitting on rce yellow springs which is right at a 1 inch drop. Will I need to correct my steering geometry or is it fine with the mild drop?
    • 1 of 1 people found the following answer helpful

      A:  This would be a good addition to your setup. I recommend if for any cars that are lowered more than 0.5-0.75" lower than stock.

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      A:  Yes, some steering geometry correction would be required and this kit is specifically designed for a 1" drop so it would be an ideal combination.

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  • Q: H.6 with Aluminum after market control arms!  sexwhirlpool291892 years ago

    Hello! I have a 2001 H.6 Bean outback and was thinking if these here could fit with the set up I have. I recently purchased after market aluminium control arms that are about an inch longer than the OEM steel control arms recently fitted on until I bent the steel OEM control arms sliding into a curb. Last week I went to have my car aligned after putting the aluminum control arms on and the mechanics said that I in order to have a "correct" or "good" alignment I would need either longer tie rods with more threads, or I would need to not use the after market control arms I just invested in and just use the OEM steel control arms! Now I do not want to purchase a new set of control arms. I would love to be able to use these aluminum control arms with my car some how!!!! Would these help me out with the making the geometry of the suspension be "safe" or "correct" with the current aluminium control arms? Are these the same length as the OEM counter parts or longer? If these are not longer or if these to not have more threads than the OEM counter parts could you direct me to parts that do, please? Thank you for the help! I appreciate the time.
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      A:  Hi Sexwhirlpool, The Whiteline roll center kit tie rod ends are nearly identical in length to the OE arms and would not be suited to resolve the alignment angle problem you described in your comments. I'm unaware of any kit's that would be suited to resolve your specific problem.

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  • Q: bump steer kit  cgivette36439176652 years ago

    Is there any difference between these black roll center kits and the old original color one's?
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      A:  Hi cgivette, We have had a couple of different versions of the KCA313 (three I beleive) so I'm not sure exactly which original version you're referencing, but there was a change to the internal components of these kits to allow for a longer service life. There were also revisions to the retention method of the boots supplied.

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  • Q: Whiteline Tie rod/ball joint kit.   95ej222 years ago

    This kit is recommended for lowered Subaru's. I have a 2.5" lift (outback strut assembly swap) on my '95 legacy sedan, and will be replacing my rack and pinion soon, would increased front roll center geometry be good or bad in this type of situation?
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      A:  As you mentioned, this kit is specifically designed to correct steering geometry changes on lowered vehicles (about 1"). The kit would not offer any performance advantages for a lifted vehicles, and would very likely cause some adverse steering/handling effects. I would not recommend installing this kit on a lifted vehicle.

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  • Q: Will this product fit my JDM 1996 WRX (GC8)?  Koopsta3 years ago

    Will part number WHI KCA313 fit my JDM 1996 WRX (GC8)?
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      A:  Yes, this product will fit the following chassis as mentioned. SUBARU IMPREZA GC SEDAN MY94-00 EXCL WRX & STI(4/1993-9/2000) (WILL FIT BOTH USDM & JDM GC MODELS)

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  • Q: JDM fitment  Type3 years ago

    will this fit a jdm 1998 V4 sti type r. thanks
    • 0 of 0 people found the following answer helpful

      A:  Hi Type, This kit is confirmed on the 1998 JDM STI, but I don't hve any specific fitment confirmation for the V4 type R. I would venture an educated guess that the tie-rod end'd and ball joint's were unchanged but some additional investigation may be warranted as this is a non-US spec vehicle.

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  • Q: Tie rod ends  guest55c81419caae52f46098b9f93 years ago

    Do you sell the tie rod ends separately? I have the whole set on my car but one of the tie rods is bent from an accident. Please let me know. Thank you
  • Q: Would it be beneficial for a 1 to 1.5 inch drop?  evaradar3 years ago

    I have a 2009 Impreza 2.5i sedan, currently on OEM 2011 WRX struts and springs. I plan on getting an already custom fabricated 2013 OEM STi struts with RCE yellow springs, which will be a direct bolt on to my car. I was informed this drops the car 1 to 1.5 inches. Therefore, would this application be beneficial for that drop? Or would it require the car to be more than 2 inches of a drop?
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      A:  This kit is designed for vehicles lowered about 1. At a one inch vehicle drop, the steering geometry would be near identical to factory original. This kit would still benefit your application more than not having it at all.

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      A:  This kit is designed to alter the vehicle steering geometry close to stock on vehicles that are lowered about one inch. If your vehicle is at factory ride height then not only would you see no benefit in regards to the steering geometry correction, but it is possible that it will adversely affect the handling. I would not recommend installing this on a stock ride height vehicle.

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  • Q: Stock replacement  Wilcox3 years ago

    Can these be used as a general upgrade if my stock tie rods and ball joints need replacement. Car has lots of bracing but stock suspension still. Just don't feel like using O.E stuff. I guess I am asking if they can be used on a car with stock ride height or even slightly lifted.
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      A:  This kit is designed to alter the vehicle steering geometry close to stock on vehicles that are lowered about one inch. If your vehicle is at factory ride height then not only would you see no benefit in regards to the steering geometry correction, but it is possible that it will adversely affect the handling. I would not recommend installing this on a stock ride height vehicle.

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      A:  This kit can be used as OEM replacements on a stock height car, but it is not recommended. The control arms will be pushed down by the extended ball joints and that can affect the steering.

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  • Q: improvements with stock height?  vaporsti3 years ago

    I'm looking to buying these for the simple fact that both my tie rod end ball joint bushings are worn. What better to replace them with than aftermarket. however, I do see alot about how well this will work when the car is lowered. being stock height will i see any gains in handling? or will these simply just fix my leaky joints til I get lowered. thanks!
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      A:  These will not have much benefit if any on a stock vehicle and are designed specifically for lowered vehicles that need a roll center correction.

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      A:  This kit is designed to alter the vehicle steering geometry close to stock on vehicles that are lowered about one inch. If your vehicle is at factory ride height then not only would you see no benefit in regards to the steering geometry correction, but it is possible that it will adversely affect the handling. I would not recommend installing this on a stock ride height vehicle.

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  • Q: Retain Stock Conical shim?  ljluther4 years ago

    It does not specify that it comes with / doesn't come with the cone shaped shim for the ball joint. I would assume that it doesn't come with it, but it is still required, correct? I did not see it in the pictures anywhere
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      A:  That is going to be for specified vehicles, if your vehicle originally does not use it is not needed.

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      A:  KCA313 includes all the items shown in the images above: Two replacement ball Joints, two replacement tie rod ends, (4) castle nuts, and installation instructions.

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  • Q: How low ?  SubÉric4 years ago

    How low I have to be if i want exactly the same goemetri as stock?
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      A:  Assuming I understand your question correctly, I would say this kit is warranted on vehicles lower than 1 inch from the factory spec. Thank you.

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    • 0 of 0 people found the following answer helpful

      A:  This kit is designed for vehicles lowered about 1. At a one inch vehicle drop, the steering geometry would be almost identical to factory original.

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  • Q: Eibach Springs  CESR4 years ago

    I will be getting some Eibach lowering springs which will drop my cars front end roughly by 1.4in, and the rear by 1.2in. Is it absolutely necessary that I upgrade to this kit or any similar kit? Or will my OEM tie rod ends/ball joints be sufficient?
    • 0 of 0 people found the following answer helpful

      A:  This roll center kit is not necessary for lowered cars, but it is recommended and the lower the car is, the more beneficial this will be.

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  • Q: Compatible with Springs  stephen.whitmore85132774 years ago

    Would the .8inch drop from the eibach spring kit be enough to substantiate this kit? I had asked previously about running this on a factory set up and it was not suggested. I live in a wintery area and I don't want the salt and snow to ruin a 2k$ set of coilovers so for now I was considering springs. Your thoughts?
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      A:  Yes that drop would be enough to be able to utilize this kit properly.

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  • Q: Negative Handling Attributes, Because of Stock Ride Height?   Froseph554 years ago

    I wanted to install these tie rod ends along with Whiteline's anti lift kit. A modest 10-20 mm ride height drop is foreseen in a year’s time. Would this change have negative or positive effects on my car during this time when it has not been lowered yet? Thanks
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      A:  Installing this kit with stock height will have very mild negative effects because the suspension geometry will be changed.

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  • Q: Inner and Outer  sramnarain6880445 years ago

    Does this kit come with both inner and outer pieces?
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      A:  Inner tie rods are not included with this kit, but outer tie rods and ball joints are included.

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      A:  what inner tie rods would you recommend besides OEM

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      A:  The OEM inner tie rods work very well and I would personally use an OEM equivalent inner tie rod. Unfortunately I don't have any suggestions for an aftermarket inner tie rod.

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  • Q: Coilovers?  Milhouse15 years ago

    My car is lowered on struts and springs but i do plan on running coils in the near future. will the car still function properly with this kit with coilovers on a 06 wrx?
  • Q: Race track  Totore5 years ago

    Which is better for race track ? Whiteline or GTSpec?
    • 1 of 1 people found the following answer helpful

      A:  Whiteline puts a great emphasis on the improvement their parts make for both street and track use, but GTSpec is not necessarily a bad brand either. Whiteline uses different material, construction, and the drop of the kit is slightly different.

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  • Q: fitment  momo6 years ago

    i need the left fornt for my wrx but i have not lower it yet. can i still use thi? thanks
    • 0 of 0 people found the following answer helpful

      A:  You should still be able to install this kit at stock height, but it may not provide the same benefits that it would on a lowered car.

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  • Q: Whiteline vs Gtspec  ssjsrt4855686 years ago

    what is the differnce in the whiteline vs the gt set
    • 1 of 1 people found the following answer helpful

      A:  Material, the drop of the kit, construction, materials used. They both serve the same kit, but both are very different.

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  • Q: replacing oem ball joints  nate6 years ago

    I have to replace my stock ball joints and tie rods on my 04 sti, I don't have aftermarket springs, I'm running stock. Would these be okay to install even though my car isn't lowered?
  • Q: Will these fit a 2006 2.5i non Turbo?  ImprezaJake6 years ago

    I have an 06 impreza 2.5i Non turbo will these fit?
  • Q: Stock Ride hight   billx6 years ago

    I know the kit is more for lowered cars but i was wondering if i can install this kit on my 04 wrx that has all stock suspension. i do plan on lowering my car soon with some bc coilovers
  • Q: Subaru Legacy 2010 2.5i Model  gborja8887 years ago

    May I know whether this fit Subaru Legacy 2010 2.5i model?
    • 0 of 0 people found the following answer helpful

      A:  This kit will only fit Legacy models up to 2009 so it would not apply to your 2010. It appears that Whiteline does not make a roll center adjustment kit for the 2010+ Legacy models quite yet unfortunately.

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  • Q: Will these work on a '03 wagon?  Selthedesign7 years ago

    Just curious if this kit will work on a '03 WRX wagon.
    • 0 of 0 people found the following answer helpful

      A:  As per the confirmed application list, these will work for the 03 WRX Wagon, they are not Sedan vs. Wagon specific. Thank you!

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