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    What sway bars and end links did you get?

    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.

    Thanks
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    I just picked up the Eibach set with Kartboy end links....set front to soft and rear to hard...it makes a huge difference in and out of turns. Very happy with it.


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    +1 on the eibachs . Totally transformed the handling of my car.

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    I went with Whiteline and Kartboy.

    Just note that the Eibachs are hollow, meaning you need a slightly bigger bar to get the same stiffness as a solid bar.

    In short 22mm whiteline is stiffer than a 22mm Eibach bar.

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    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.

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    epic engineering, 22mm adjustable rear bar, stock endlinks. On the softest setting the understeer is very much reduced.
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    The other reason i was looking at the whiteline rear swaybar is because of this Whiteline rear sway bar support brace (KBR15). Not sure if it will make a huge difference with it or not.

    Has anyone had any squeaking noise or issues with any swaybars or endlinks?
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    Quote Originally Posted by dknow
    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.

    Thanks
    I sell both, but would urge you to go Whiteline over Eibachs. Kartboy endlinks are the best on the market.

    Quote Originally Posted by dknow
    Has anyone had any squeaking noise or issues with any swaybars or endlinks?
    That can usually be attributed to needing to regrease the swaybar bushings.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WTF Tuning View Post
    I sell both, but would urge you to go Whiteline over Eibachs. Kartboy endlinks are the best on the market.
    Please explain why you would go with whiteline? Just wondering why.
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    Why Whiteline instead of Eibach?

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    In short, whiteline are solid bars, not hollow. They are adjustable. Not sure what other advantages they offer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dknow View Post
    Please explain why you would go with whiteline? Just wondering why.

    because solid vs hollow. Whitelines can withstand more stress as opposed to Eibachs.

    22mm of WL =/= 22mm Eibachs
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    Quote Originally Posted by wreckingball man View Post
    In short, whiteline are solid bars, not hollow. They are adjustable. Not sure what other advantages they offer.

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    What about perrin sway bars, I had front and rear perrin sways on my 06 back in the day with the adjustable endlinks, i loved them.
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    what is the stock swaybar front and rear size on a 2014 wrx.
    would you recommend 24 front and 22 rear or 22mm front and rear?

    Thanks
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