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Whiteline Rear Strut Tower Bar (Part Number: )
Whiteline Rear Strut Tower Bar (Part Number: )
Whiteline Rear Strut Tower Bar (Part Number: )
Whiteline Rear Strut Tower Bar (Part Number: )
Whiteline Rear Strut Tower Bar (Part Number: )
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Whiteline Rear Strut Tower Bar (Part Number: )
Whiteline Rear Strut Tower Bar (Part Number: )
Whiteline Rear Strut Tower Bar (Part Number: )
Whiteline Rear Strut Tower Bar
Subaru WRX/STI Sedan 2002-2007
Read 6 Reviews | 2 Q&As
Part # KSB511
$155.04
msrp: $155.04

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Features & Product Details

Strut bracing maintains alignment angles by reducing body flex. Keeping your alignment angles is critical for serious performance.

Fits: 2002-2007 WRX/STI Sedans

Specifications

Brand: Whiteline
Adjustable: Yes
Color: Polished
Location: Rear
Material: Aluminum
Mfgr. Warranty: 3 Years
Condition: New Product
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Whiteline Rear Strut Tower Bar ( Part Number: KSB511)
Whiteline Rear Strut Tower Bar ( Part Number: KSB511)
Whiteline Rear Strut Tower Bar ( Part Number: KSB511)
good product for the money 2 months ago
audaru
good product, install while car is on ground not lifted up, however adjust it when its lifted up so u can get it as tight as possible. highly recommend to everyone as subarus dont have the best body support and need all the help they can get. make sure you use the washers
  
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IT WORKS 8 months ago
striker775
I installed this on a '07 STI. Install was simple and fast. Just make sure you reroute IC hose so it doesn't get pinched. Simple and cheap upgade.
  
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Whiteline Rear Strut Tower Bar  10 months ago
Randy
Pretty straight forward and easy install, I had a little trouble getting them on the top of the strut towers so I had to disconnect the seatbelts. I already had a front strut bar installed before this one so I didn't notice too much of a difference before and after but definitely an improvement.
  
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Great construction and fitment 3 years ago
h2oboy8377496
The easiest way for me to install was to disassemble the bar and remove the rear seat. Install the two outer brackets from the backseat. Then get in the trunk and install the tie bar. Looks great, a quality part.
  
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Nice purchase. 5 years ago
Brock Samson
Installation was super easy (although you'll need to pull the rear seat back to access the mounts) and it looks great (what little you can see). I don't think the tower bars do much for our sedans but at least this is fairly priced it wasn't too taxing. I did not notice any significant handling gains but as I've got quite a few goodies installed already, it's possible that could by why.
  
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QUESTIONS & ANSWERS

  • Q: fitment  adley12 days ago

    will this fit on a 2007 wrx wagon as well?
  • Q: placement  JC473 years ago

    Does this go in the trunk or behind the rear seats?
    • 0 of 0 people found the following answer helpful

      A:  Technically, the bar would be in the trunk. When installing this you would remove the rear seats to gain access to the rear strut where the mounts connect into.

      Brady R @ RallySport Direct 3 years ago  
        
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