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    Wow...Perrin really jacked up their price for that combo package. IIRC, I paid about $470 before shipping for it about a year and half ago.

    A word of caution: if the factory rear sway bar mounts are the same as the '09-'10s then make sure you keep it on the soft setting since it could break the mount. Whiteline makes a set of mount supports for about $50 so you can crank up the bar to a firmer setting.

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    I've been driving with my perrin sways for a year now, and I have had no problems yet. Eventhough I didnt go that stiff on the bars (I think their 22mm,front n back), I notice a huge drop in bodyroll and alil more oversteer cuz I put stiffer setting on the rear sways, and I dont even have springs yet. Looking into the springs though, any suggestions? I was thinking KW V3's.

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    now quick question for anyone who has installed the perrin sway bar kit, were there any gaps in between the endlink (mine are kartboy F/R) and the sway bar they dont meet in this normal ?
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    I have the Kartboy endlinks with the Perrin sways. No issues or gaps. The endlinks have a "top" and "bottom" so if you have a gap then maybe they're not facing the right way? Kartboy's site has a description of how to tell the difference...I believe there's an arrow that is supposed to point a certain way.
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    I had problems installing my rear Whiteline sway bar with Kartboy endlinks.I got this kit Kartboy Whiteline Front Swaybar Spacers Subaru WRX / STI 2002-2007 at RallySportDirect.com

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    Quote Originally Posted by anxiouz View Post
    I have the Kartboy endlinks with the Perrin sways. No issues or gaps. The endlinks have a "top" and "bottom" so if you have a gap then maybe they're not facing the right way? Kartboy's site has a description of how to tell the difference...I believe there's an arrow that is supposed to point a certain way.
    odd.. my front kb end links are Identical top to bottom/side to side. No arrows or difference in construction what so ever. .. they do fit tightly with the Perrin fsb though, as long as you devise a way to keep the bar centered you wont have any issues with clearance.
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