Whiteline Sway Bars Customer Reviews
20 Customer Reviews
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Stop the sway and say g’day to race-ready handling with the Whiteline Sway Bar. Cold formed from the finest quality, high-strength Australian steel, the Whiteline sway bar gives your street machine the biggest bang-for-your-buck handling upgrade available.
Designed with up to 4 points of adjustability (depending on vehicle), the Whiteline sway bar delivers fine-tuned handling control whenever the situation demands. Go stiff when it’s time to straighten the curves, soften up when you need to cushion your back. And, the sway bar keeps your tires planted more evenly on the road for superior power out of the gate.
Complete with high-performance synthetic elastomer mounting bushings and all the quality hardware you need, your sway bar is ready to bolt right onto your ride. Depending on your vehicle, Whiteline offers a front and rear bar and they back them all with a 3-year warranty.
20 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Stoyan S (Niagara Falls, NY) Reviewed for a 2009 Subaru Forester — May 16, 2013 7:26 PM
At first I thought no way, Subaru is a good handling car any way. Right? Wrong. What a difference. Money well spent and to drive my 09 Forester XT is real fun. Responsive, quick at turns just like I allways wanted it but couldn't figure out what exactly need to do to improve the handling till now. Please don't forget the endlinks. Just as important. I went with pair of Kartboys front and back and now it's stiff, sway is gone and pleasure to drive.
Reviewed by David W (KNOXVILLE, TN) Reviewed for a 2012 Mazda 3 — May 08, 2013 8:00 AM
The Whiteline rear sway bar was installed on my 2012 Mazda 3I along with heavy duty end links. The car had significant understeer and the bar gave much better balance. However, Mazda 3's are notorious for rear suspension noises, and this installation gave me that problem. Still working, but did find the bar's holes for links are too large so it is hard to get a tight connection. This contributes to the noise.
Reviewed by William H (Boynton Beach, FL) Reviewed for a 2007 Toyota Yaris — Mar 23, 2013 5:35 AM
I had this sway bar installed at California Customs in ft lauderdale. Took them less than 10 mins. The car handles much better and no longer tracts it road grooves and also can take a corner much faster. My hats off to Whiteline.
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