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Whiteline Front and Rear 22mm Sway Bar Kit w/Endlinks



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stiffness 7 months ago
5out of 5stars

as some of the old reviews said this is how it should come from the factory. it's such a soild ride now. the only problem i would say is adjusting the endinks. need to make sure they are measure correctly before putting them on. i currently have them set on hard in the front and middle in the back. works great for me but each to their own
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The Phrase "How it should have come from the factory" is overused but... 2 years ago
5out of 5stars

This review is for the 22mm Front, 22mm Rear, and F/R endlinks kit (BSK012) Let me start out by saying that if you have a Subaru and are new to suspension modification, a set of sways is probably where you should start. These sway bars really do feel as though they should have come on the car from the factory. Assuming correct assembly, the bars operate completely squeak and clunk free. NVH is effectively no different from stock, even with the stiffer end links. Driving around as normal, you'll be hard pressed to notice a difference from stock, and I mean this in the best of ways. With an otherwise stock suspension layout, this setup does not in any way make the car feel skittish. Even when pressed, this layout doesn't readily produce oversteer. It does, however, dramatically reduce the unersteer inherent in the factory suspension. This is extremely noticeable from mid corner onward, as the car doesn't want to wash wide near as easily as it did with the stock sway bars. Issues: The only one issue I ran into with the kit was related to the rear sway bar mounting braces but it was a little bit of a nuisance. Even with pre-assembly of all the parts, while keeping all fasteners loose, the brace bars refused to sit cleanly against the rear subframe at the lower control arm mount. The only solution, here is to break out the big ratchets and crank everything down. The good news is that all underhead material winds up smashed flat well before the assembly torque is reached. A smaller OD on the lower ends of the braces, or some rounding of the outside edge would go a long way. I'd also caution that the instruction provided with the kit are not spectacular. Much of it is generic and universal, and all of it was most likely printed using a teletype. Keep an internet connected device handy, however, and you should be able to answer any questions which come up.
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Handling Upgrade! 2 years ago
5out of 5stars

Installed the onto my 2014 WRX and man I must say, definitely love the handling with every turn. car feels a lot more stable and I feel that I have more control and confidence when I make those turns! These sway bars are a lot thicker than the stock ones and I mean thick!
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2012 sti hatchback 3 years ago
5out of 5stars

As soon as i had this kit installed i was shocked on what i had been missing out on. This should be one of the very first things you get for upgrades in my opinion. Tight ass mother fucking good shit you feel me brotha
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Massive Improvements 6 months ago
4out of 5stars

As a daily, I didn't want to go too crazy with the setup. This equal sway bar kit has seemingly limited all body roll and makes my car handle in a much more predictable and driveable manner. The 2014 WRX notorious understeer is virtually gone and the ability to wag the tail has been introduced :)
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