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Eibach Anti Roll Bars Part #4040.320 Customer Reviews
3 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Jayson G (Nashua, NH) Reviewed for a 2002 Honda Accord — Aug 03, 2010 10:08 PM
Once you get the old anti-roll bar out of the way. the new Eibach Springs anti-roll bar is easy to install. Now the Honda Accord can corner as fast as the tires will let me. But the suspension feels stiffer and I can corner faster for sure. Too much because the cargo in t e back seat goes everywhere! Great product, great price, and good looking!
Reviewed by Shibu M (Lawrenceville, GA) Reviewed for a 1999 Honda Accord — Jun 09, 2010 2:45 PM
It was installed by my mechanic, who did have some issues not with this kit, but salt exposed parts(corroded stuck part which broke) which gave him a hassle trying to install the kit. But I can take 40mph curves without alot of lean at a whopping 70mph without the feeling of sliding off the road. Definetly could have gone faster if I wanted to. This kit would go excellent with Sport springs and shocks, like ground control springs which is made by eibach. The sway bars are so much stronger and thicker than the OEM bars. I recommend getting aftermarket suspension stuff before any other upgrade for the car, and then aftermarket brake kit.
Reviewed by Jason B (Villanova, PA) Reviewed for a 2002 Honda Accord — Mar 02, 2010 7:04 AM
These Eibach anti-roll kit bars perform exactly as advertised. I purchased them for my 2002 Honda Accord SE and now the car's handling is tighter, with less torsional movement around turns. It wont make a front-wheel-drive car feel like a rear-wheel-drive racer, but it certainly makes driving more fun. Installation seemed simple, but it all depends are the car and age of the car you have. I used install information from several websites over the poorly printed black-and-white directions provided. Since my car is a little older, my rear sway bar links were seized on to the mounting bracket of the car, and so I needed to hack them off and buy new links, as these are not included in this particular assembly. Sometimes no amount of WD-40/Rust Buster will work. Once that was done, the rear went on fine. As for the front, the only problem was that the bushings are a little bigger than the original ones, so it was hard to screw the stock clamps back in. I had to use the jack to hold the bar in place so I could reattach the screws and brackets. If money is a concern, I would suggest the rear sway replacement, as that is significantly larger than the stock bar. The front is roughly the same, so the benefit is marginalized. Overall, it makes driving more fun, even for a daily driver car that doesn't hit the track.
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- Part #:4040.320
- Bar Diameters: Front 27mm - Rear 23mm
- Eibach Part # 4040.320