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Whiteline Anti Lift Kit Race Version (Part Number: )
Whiteline Anti Lift Kit Race Version (Part Number: )
Whiteline Anti Lift Kit Race Version (Part Number: )
Whiteline Anti Lift Kit Race Version (Part Number: )
Whiteline Anti Lift Kit Race Version (Part Number: )
Whiteline Anti Lift Kit Race Version (Part Number: )
Whiteline Anti Lift Kit Race Version (Part Number: )
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Whiteline Anti Lift Kit Race Version (Part Number: )
Whiteline Anti Lift Kit Race Version (Part Number: )
Whiteline Anti Lift Kit Race Version
Subaru STI 2011-2014 / WRX 2015+
Read 4 Reviews | 3 Q&As
Part # KCA425M
$251.82
msrp: $279.80

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Features & Product Details

The Anti lift kit increases Caster by repositioning the rearward lower control arm suspension mounting height. A reduction in caster loss during braking was also aided through the low compliance bushing and offsetting the bushing for increased static caster angle. This increases vehicle straight-line stability and reduces steering effort through increased negative camber angle.

The race version uses a spherical bearing offering ultimate performance. This will transfer the most noise and vibration into the vehicle and is not recommended for the faint of heart.

Adds approximately 0.5 degrees of positive caster and incorporates a spherical bearing.

Specifications

Brand: Whiteline
Adjustable: No
Bearing Type: Spherical Bearing
Caster Adjusted: Yes
Material: Aluminum / Polyurethane
Mounts Included: No
Mfgr. Warranty: 1 Year
Condition: New Product
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Whiteline Anti Lift Kit Race Version ( Part Number: KCA425M)
Whiteline Anti Lift Kit Race Version ( Part Number: KCA425M)
WOW 2 years ago
12 GR Sedan wrb
I will say this, the front end has no plat anymore. I got these last have all other bushings and braces for the front. There is no toe change under heavy breaking. Amazing upgrade would do it again. I am at 7 degrees of caster now, up from 6.5. The car communicates so much better. This does take a press to install so I gave it a 3 out of 5 stars (wrenches) for install difficulty.
  
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2013 wrx sti 4 years ago
badlandsurf46419
These are great! Have them set up for anti-lift and it definitely keeps the front end down. Feels more connected and responsive. A little more of a thump when you hit bumps or cracks but it feels good. Tighter. Highly recommended.
  
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ALK, race version, best bang for your buck 5 years ago
stellarzeller
Suspension setup on my GRB sedan is 19x9 Advan RZ, Nitto Invo 255/35/19, Whiteline Sways 24mm rear, 22mm front, whiteline double eyelet end links, Whiteline subframe bushings, Tein Flex coilovers, cusco lateral links/trailing arms, gt spec bracing front lower, upper, trunk upper, cusco bracing in the center, tein flex coil overs Point is out of all of those adjustments and fine tuning, the most bang for my buck was the ALK, because it offers a wide range of settings, which depending on your technical capabilities, are fairly easy to adjust by adding spacers in various locations. The hardest part of this installation is removing your stock bushings, and while you are at this installation with the control arms off, changing the forward inside bushings to the whiteline poly bushings is also a +. The reason I say these were the biggest bang for the buck, is because of drivability. Not only does the car launch quicker without losing power, but as the previous post says, you gain power and control within your launch. The part you have to get past is the noise, but if you are already riding with low profile tires, and a race style suspension you should expect the noise. It's not to bad, and the gains in the control far exceed any of the downfalls, the dive reduction while cornering is also incredible. If you are a serious driver, this is something you have to do.
  
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Happy..  5 years ago
Andy.
This is a toughie I didn't notice any nvh but I have N1 exhaust it's loud. Handling was improved same at my sway bar upgrade. I had them set up for anti lift seem to do there job but u added almost 50 hp on the dyno hard to tell. Fitment the technician said wasn't bad but need proper tools n sky lift helps. I'm happy wt my purchase would do again!!
  
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QUESTIONS & ANSWERS

  • Q: Street Version?  Mondo5 months ago

    Do you guys offer WhiteLine or any other after market bushing for street use?
    • 1 of 1 people found the following answer helpful

      A:  Hello, we just recently released a street version of this bushing design. It can be ordered under part number KCA425. If you have any other questions please feel free to email us directly at [email protected]

      Whiteline @ Whiteline 5 months ago  
        
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  • Q: Street Version  riko3 years ago

    Is there a street version of this for 2011+STI?
  • Q: caster  Go5 years ago

    can I fix my inbalanced caster with this one?
    • 0 of 0 people found the following answer helpful

      A:  These will be a direct factory replacement unit, however its non adjustable so you cant set caster to anything beyond what is designed into the component.

      Kirill C. @ RallySport Direct 5 years ago  
        
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