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Whiteline Anti Lift Kit

MODEL # WHIKCA334

$139.54


6 Reviews
4.7 out of 5 Stars
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Whiteline Anti Lift Kit ( Part Number: KCA334)
Whiteline Anti Lift Kit ( Part Number: KCA334)
Excellent 6 years ago
5out of 5stars

Used this to replace the garbage Perrin PSRS that had corroded itself permanently and loudly into my control arms. This is WAY BETTER than the aforementioned PSRS unit. It does the same thing without making your car sound and feel like your axles are falling off.
  
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Oh yeah! Thats what I'm talking about! 7 years ago
5out of 5stars

Oh thank god. The stock bushings were so soft it was mind blowing. These are very nice! If your a nancy you will have to bring them somewhere to get them pressed out. Or you can do it HARDCORE and go to princess auto and buy two huge 12 point sockets. One is the exact size but a few thou smaller than the new bushing and the other is large enough to fit the bushing into. Using my trusty hammer I was able to quite easily hammer the old bushing out and the new one in without doing any damage. This is definitely a good upgrade.
  
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thumbs up 7 years ago
5out of 5stars

Combo installed with whitelines roll center adjustment kit. Car was slightly lowerd, about 1 all around . The car had very little roll but there was something harsh about the handling and sharp turns felt as if the tires wanted to roll under themselves even with lower profile tires and maxed out stock camber. The roll center kit gave the car back response and nimbleness the front end used to have. The increased caster from the Anti lift kit felt as if someone took 200 lbs of weight out of the front of my car. Turning the car feels so much more natural. The front tires bite extremely hard now where they used to understeer and i can feel the tires using all of the contact patch through sharp turns.
  
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Great improvement, I even think I should have gone for the Race version 8 years ago
5out of 5stars

Press required for the installation, so its a good idea to leave this one to professionals. This kit improves steering response and reduces car's body movement during acceleration and braking. The noise is not too bad, I even wish I've tried the race version.
  
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Greay Improvement in handling, car more predictable and planted 2 years ago
4out of 5stars

I lowered the stars because getting the alignment to work is a big job. Also by installing this kit, you will be bumped up in a higher class when going to auto cross. So you may want to look at doing other upgrades before this one. But I immediately felt a better feel of the car and great not feel the car pivot up in the the front upon acceleration like it describes. The car is now planted on the ground in all types of driving. I already had a Whiteline rear adjustable sway bar which felt like it did almost the same function but for the rear of the car. great kit, low price but needs another $200. at your mechanic and alignment shop to install. Overall I love it, but certainly something to consider before installing if your starting to auto cross as certain upgrades will put you into a more modified class.
  
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Caster adjustment 5 years ago
4out of 5stars

I've researched the forums, asked several alignment shops, even contacted Whiteline about the adjustable caster feature, and no one can really give me a straight answer on how to properly set it up. The best answer I got from others who have installed was: Add as much caster as possible while still keeping it even on both sides. Whiteline said: We generally recommend using it set to add 0.5 degree of Caster, but the spec can change based on your vehicle's OE specs, and regarding the exact method of adjustment: There is a press/pin tool that is used to adjust the eccentric [sleeve], although a properly sized punch can be used as well, as long as the pressure is carried over close to the sleeve to avoid breaking the punch. I've shared the above info with several alignment technicians, and every one of them scratched their head. My recommendation, go to a performance oriented alignment shop, or better yet, a Subaru aftermarket specialist in order to get the most out of this product. I'm still looking for one in my area. Giving 4/5 because I'm sure the product is working as intended, but it shouldn't be so difficult to determine target numbers for caster, especially when Whiteline went through the seemingly unnecessary trouble of making caster adjustable with those offset pins.
  
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