ST Suspension Anti-Sway Bars Customer Reviews
28 Customer Reviews
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When you're in close competition, every movement your vehicle makes translates to fractions of a second that determine winner and loser. Make the right moves, and the bits of time shaved from your race can deliver glory. Fail to control even the most microscopic of missteps, and losing is the only possible outcome.
ST Suspension Anti-Sway Bars are engineered to keep your racecar on the tight line to victory. Their rigidity reduces body roll in corners, translating to smoother handling. And, ST Anti-Sway Bars keep your tires firmly pressed to the ground for the kind of grip that wins.
ST Anti-Sway Bars are born from cold-formed steel, steadying the performance and longevity of each bar. Most kits include urethane bushings and a full hardware installation kit. Plus, a protective powder coat finishes your bars in proud ST racing green. And, ST backs your Anti-Sway Bars with a Lifetime Warranty. Order your front, rear, or front and rear set today, and gain the victor's edge.
28 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Dwight M (CEDAR CREST, NM) Reviewed for a 1985 Toyota MR2 — Jun 29, 2013 7:52 AM
The Mark I Toyota MR2 coupe (looks like a wedge) had very neutral steering and handling in its first incarnation--before safety freaks forced the increase in oversteer in mortal fear of the car spinning out. I never experienced any tendency for the stock car to come around. The ST kit, set on its stiffest settings increases roll resistance by about 33%, for street driving, but maintains the proper balance front-to-rear, so that the original neutral handling is maintained. Congrats ST !!!
Reviewed by Rudy M (Belen, NM) Reviewed for a 1991 Toyota MR2 — Jun 19, 2013 9:32 PM
I have a 91 & 92 mr2 turbo both have front/rear st sways bars along with other suspension mods. I like the way that these sway bars improved steering compared to the oe ones. Although I would prefer the green ones since the grey ones look kinda boring but you cant really see them once they are on the car anyways. The front one is easy to install but the rear takes longer since i had to sag the rear cross member. Overall the quality is great and the price is even better.
Reviewed by Sydney S (BEAVERTON, OR) Reviewed for a 1990 Honda Civic — Jun 16, 2013 9:07 PM
Purchase this sway bar kit if you want a large improvement on how the Honda Hatch handles in the corners. These sway bars work great with stock or aftermarket suspension systems. Please purchase front and rear kits if you don't already have larger sway bars. Instructions are easy to follow and can be done with regular hand tools and a torque wrench. Don't waste your money on strut tower braces and tie-bar links if you're looking for a large handling improvement.
Reviewed by Ravin Z (GERMANTOWN, MD) Reviewed for a 1991 Acura Integra — Mar 09, 2013 6:03 PM
I am so very impressed with the swaybars ST Suspension has put out for my 91 Integra. They were bigger and solid design, decreasing bodyroll and understeer tremendously. Cornering has been improved as well as overall handling. A definite must buy!
Reviewed by Eric C (SEATTLE, WA) Reviewed for a 1994 Mazda 323 — Feb 21, 2013 10:17 PM
A tad bit pricey side, the good aspect of it; is that you can add on to work with your existing swaybar or add to a vehicle that doesn't come with one. Complete hardware and checklist is a big plus, quality is solid; but the price was a little high for my taste but it eventually pays itself off. All I can say it beats dropping the sub frame to put in a swaybar : )
Reviewed by Christopher S (CORAM, NY) Reviewed for a 2000 Honda Prelude — Jan 16, 2013 11:25 AM
Nice product, strong, sturdy construction and looks good. Grease packs were missing from installation kit and decal was installed upside down? Not a big deal but QA should be better. Had to drop muffler in order to install rear. Overall a very nice performance upgrade.
Reviewed by James B (San Jose, CA) Reviewed for a 2001 Honda Accord — Nov 22, 2012 7:44 AM
2001 Honda Accord 4dr EX has these on now combined with Bilstein struts and wow is the car super stable now. lean in corners is very limited. Only issue so far is I found part of a torn bushing on the garage floor this morning, so you may want to get some upgraded bushing as well because after 2 weeks on the road, the bushings they sent with the bars are tearing. (just great)
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Asked by Anonymous
Jun 11, 2013 10:27 AM
2000 Honda Civic
Does the kit come with all hardware pictured or will there be a "Oh by the way you'll also need to order..." parts like endlinks or lower control arm?
Answered by Nathan S. — Jun 12, 2013 7:36 AM
Hi, The kit will include everything you need to install the anti-sway bar. The contents of the kit may vary from the sample image.flag Accept Answer
Asked by Anonymous
Feb 08, 2013 12:44 AM
2002 Acura RSX
If I choose the 188$ does it only come with the bar ? Or does it come with the front sway bars and the tie rod and kits?
Answered by Nathan S. — Feb 08, 2013 2:23 PM
Hi, The $188 covers the front bar and required bushings only.flag Accept Answer
Asked by Anonymous
Oct 10, 2012 7:51 PM
Does the kit come with sway bar links and new bushings? I have a 04 mustang gt
Asked by brian b.
Apr 05, 2012 11:21 AM
2005 Scion tC
is this a front and rear kit already?
Answered by Michael K. — Apr 05, 2012 6:21 PM
Hi Brian, with the ST Kit, you can choose the front and rear separately, or get the whole kit, but it depends on your vehicle. It looks like there is both front and rear available for your Scion tC.flag Accept Answer