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This is a discussion on What sway bars and end links did you get? within the Suspension & Wheels forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; Originally Posted by wreckingball man Whiteline are probly the most popular. Eibach, Rallitek, and Hotchkis are good too. Kartboy makes ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by wreckingball man View Post
    Whiteline are probly the most popular. Eibach, Rallitek, and Hotchkis are good too.

    Kartboy makes the cheapest solid endlinks I believe and they're also very popular.

    Agree.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dknow View Post
    Hello all,

    I have a 2014 WRX Sedan that is my daily driver, will not see a track just street fun. I was looking to upgrade my sway bars and end-links and was wondering which brand you have and size.

    I was thinking about whiteline 22mm adjustable rear and 24mm adjustable front. and karboy endlinks.
    But i also seen the eibach swaybar kit that comes with 25mm adj front and 22mm adj rear. for about $366. plus tax

    just what to know if you are happy with the swaybars and endlinks you purchased.

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    Dknow, yaknow, I have that exact set-up you've been eye-humping. But you know what they say... bigger is ALWAYS better, so I say go 24 both front and rear and call it a day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brazilnut View Post
    Dknow, yaknow, I have that exact set-up you've been eye-humping. But you know what they say... bigger is ALWAYS better, so I say go 24 both front and rear and call it a day.
    That's not exactly true when it comes to sway bars, if you get a huge bar and you're springs are too soft you will experience wheel lift in times you don't want.

    That being said, a 24mm bar isn't that huge, but it is the biggest bar I would run on stock springs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by A265 View Post
    That's not exactly true when it comes to sway bars, if you get a huge bar and you're springs are too soft you will experience wheel lift in times you don't want.

    That being said, a 24mm bar isn't that huge, but it is the biggest bar I would run on stock springs.
    So you recommend 24mm on front and back?
    or should i get 22mm front and back?
    or just stick with my original order i was looking at, which is 24 front 22 back
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    I have 24mm front and 22mm rear solid bars (whiteline). They are not installed yet so this is research based recommendations.

    However this is my take on the 2 options I was considering, so it depends on how you feel your car is lacking.

    I autoX and find my car pushes out (understeers) and turn in is not as sharp as I'd like, this is why I decided to go with a bigger bar up front.

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    do you know what the stock sway-bar sizes are for the 2014
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    Quote Originally Posted by dknow View Post
    do you know what the stock sway-bar sizes are for the 2014
    I read elsewhere they are 21/16 for the WRX. I have not measured mine as I've only had it just over a week, but I definitely think it could use a bit of an upgrade.

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    If you can get your hands on an STi rear sway bar they are 19mm and a good pair with the stock front (also look factory from under the car, if that's a concern). Definitely save some money that way.


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    The STI bar can be had for about $100. I put one on my wife's 14FXT and it made a substantial difference.

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    perrin 24mm front, perrin 22mm rear, whiteline rear sway mounts, kartboy endlinks. 02 wrx
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    The tuner shop I stopped at told me I should be fine with just changing the rear sway bar and end links. Told me to leave the front sway bar stock. What do u guys think.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dknow View Post
    The tuner shop I stopped at told me I should be fine with just changing the rear sway bar and end links. Told me to leave the front sway bar stock. What do u guys think.

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    This really depends on what you want your car to do. For optimal performance, change both at the same time. Front is also more important than the rear. Change the rear only, you'll change the way the car oversteers. Both at the same time is recommended.

    I have a '14 hatch and have 24/22 front/rear whiteline sways. Yet to install, but this was recommended to me by multiple tuners (including ones on this forum) and regulars here on this site.
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    eibach sway bar kit (stiffest setting), and Kartboy end links. Perrin front strut bar too

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