My pro kit experience
Reviewed By Fernando L (MIAMI, FL) Reviewed for a 2002 Honda Civic —5/21/2015 8:30 PM
Great buy, I have a Honda Civic 2002 ex coupe. My profit came in the day it was estimated to :D I didn't by the sport kit or whatever it's called because I did t have the money so I settled for the 1-1.5" drop. My car actually dropped about 2 and 1/4 of an inch which basically made me save tons of money. The car rides amazing on corners the ride is not stiff at all. Instillation was kind of long but not horrible roughly 4-5 hours. All In all if you are looking for a great deal this is it !!!
Acceptable replacement for original parts
Reviewed By Jess T (AGOURA HILLS, CA) Reviewed for a 2003 Chevy Astro —5/19/2015 9:48 PM
Urethane material seems to be an acceptable replacement for original so far. The height is 1-inch shorter than original and there is no locating tang on the mounting base. The supplied mounting screw is 5/16 and is a sloppy fit in the 3/8 base hole. The screw has a Torx head, which makes tightening difficult. I replaced with 3/8 grade 8 hardware which fit better in the axle mount. More experience will determine quality and durability. Closer specs to original would be preferable.
Reviewed By John W (Lexington, KY) Reviewed for a 2009 Subaru Forester —5/19/2015 3:48 AM
Everything about this whiteline swaybar reeks Quality. The packaging, instuctions, fit and finish are top notch. I swapped my stock 16 mm rear bar on my 2009 Forester for the whiteline 22 mm bar. It made a vast improvement. I am pleased with this purchase. I would highly recommend it to others who want to dial in more control. John W. Lexington, KY.