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#1 LukeFranky

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Posted 08 May 2017 - 11:42 AM

Hi everyone,

 

I'm looking to improve my track day handling by addressing an issue with front dip-ins. I figure I need to stiffen the front, the rear is stiff enough. I'm still considering some coilovers, but until I have enough money I'm keeping my options open.

 

That brings me to front sway bars. There are a few I'm interested in:

http://www.ebay.com....hQAAOSwZQRYbZ8b

http://www.ebay.com....DwAAOSwcnpTqnNj

http://www.ebay.com....F8AAOSw-zxWnx8Q

 

I'm most attracted to the Whiteline one, as that's what I'm running at the rear and it's great.

I'm unsure about the ARC Racing STI Kouki sway bar. There isn't much information about it. Any good? Better or worse than Whiteline?

The Cusco looks good, but is very expensive.

 

Any recommendations? I'm happy with secondhand, if someone has one going.


The B4 Bomber - 2002 MY03 Subaru Liberty B4, ADM, Manual, EJ208. 


#2 sintx3

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Posted 13 May 2017 - 02:11 PM

I used to work for whiteline and their swaybars are among the best in the world. I have used them in allot of my cars and i will also being putting them in my b4 when i get around to doing the suspension. Cusco would be the only other option i would go for but Whiteline are usually cheaper and have a few differant options.



#3 LukeFranky

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Posted 13 May 2017 - 05:04 PM

Thanks,

I did end up going with Whiteline. It feels good so far. The real test will be on the track.

The B4 Bomber - 2002 MY03 Subaru Liberty B4, ADM, Manual, EJ208. 





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