Anyone else running Whiteline Rear Diff Support Lock Bushings on their WRX?
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    Anyone else running Whiteline Rear Diff Support Lock Bushings on their WRX?

    I ordered these for my 03 WRX and they just arrived a couple days ago. Lately I've been reading some bad reviews on them so I decided not to install them yet. Is anyone else running these on their WRX? Contemplating whether or not I should put them on my car.

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    What bad reviews?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Drews View Post
    What bad reviews?
    Really bad vibrations at certain speeds was pretty much it. Just noise complaints on other forums about these bushings. Review might not of been the right word, my bad.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Subarufan123 View Post
    Really bad vibrations at certain speeds was pretty much it. Just noise complaints on other forums about these bushings. Review might not of been the right word, my bad.
    Are you referring to the rear subframe lockdown bolts or the rear diff stay bushings?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Drews View Post
    Are you referring to the rear subframe lockdown bolts or the rear diff stay bushings?
    Bushings, the NVH is bad after installing them I guess.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Subarufan123 View Post
    Bushings, the NVH is bad after installing them I guess.
    You don't say? lol When you upgrade from soft rubber to poly bushings in the driveline that vibration goes somewhere. If you can live with NVH it wont be a problem. People make the mistake of buying a WRX and expecting a nice quiet ride. There is little to no sound deadening in the GD chassis as is, adding poly bushings make it worse. I don't know why you bought them unless you have all the other driveline mounts/bushings and plan on launching a lot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Drews View Post
    You don't say? lol When you upgrade from soft rubber to poly bushings in the driveline that vibration goes somewhere. If you can live with NVH it wont be a problem. People make the mistake of buying a WRX and expecting a nice quiet ride. There is little to no sound deadening in the GD chassis as is, adding poly bushings make it worse. I don't know why you bought them unless you have all the other driveline mounts/bushings and plan on launching a lot.
    I got the wrx knowing it would be noisey, definitely didn't expect it to be quiet lol. Just wanted to know how much worse the vibration would get. I guess just to have them laying around, not in any rush to install them. I plan a head so I like buying things for it a head of time haha.

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