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    07 WRX, to FSB or not...

    Okay, so I'm on the edge of buying a front sway bar for the car. Its a 22mm whiteline fixed w/ heavy duty endlinks. Currently my car is stock suspension (springs/ dampers/ etc) except for 24mm adjustable whiteline RSB w/ heavy duty endlinks. I can easily rotate the car (snap oversteer) on command with the current RSB. But, when taking a turn, I still have a bit of noticeable roll in the front.

    My goal for the car is to make it a fun DD, with some performance on cruises as well.

    I know that the oem FSB I have on right now is 20mm already, and the endlinks are metal (but puny).

    Couple questions:

    -would it make that much of a difference to really upgrade with this front sway bar (+2mm dia.) + endlinks?

    -should I just upgrade endlinks to transfer force better?

    -should I just save up and go with a larger dia. FSB?


    Any help/ experiences appreciated.
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    good question... idk bump
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