Reviewed By vanna t (Quakertown, PA) Reviewed for a 2015 Subaru WRX —9/25/2016 7:12 AM
Great for upgraded sway bars to keep them in place. Just make sure to get the righ size mm for your bar.
Reviewed By Andrew G (Ramona, CA) Reviewed for a 2003 Mitsubishi Lancer —5/18/2016 8:58 PM
Thicker than stock and adjustable. Perfect for an adjustable sway bar. Relieve a lot of jarring from the suspension with the better joints and girth. Only con is the connecting screws are much longer than necessary. I read somewhere that they are the same as stock at the joints but they just have the same dust cover as stock.
Reviewed By Alexander K (SYKESVILLE, MD) Reviewed for a 2016 Subaru WRX —5/2/2016 5:57 AM
I have only been driving with this bar for less than a month with the bar set in the center/ medium position. First impressions were very positive. The car seemed to handle more responsive in the rear, however, the improved handling only re-enforced the need for a better front swaybar. When taking corners the rear seemed to push the front end to lean more drasticlally. This did cause oversteer however it seemed to force tire lift out of the rear end on dynamic road transitions.