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    I installed Eibach rear/front sway bars with Kartboy endlinks a few weeks ago. The Kartboys didn't come with enough spacers for the bottom bolt on the endlinks in the rear, needed one extra washer per side to have it flush. This was my first decent DIY, took me quite some time (with a friend), but it's not that bad now that I look back on it. There are no instructions for the endlinks, but the torque specs are listed on their forums.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TownLine500
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    I have whiteline sways and kart boy endlinks on mine. Front is 24mm set on hard and rear is 22mm set on medium.
    I do get some clunking from the rear from time to time, but I'm not sure why.

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    Quote Originally Posted by soloz2 View Post
    I have whiteline sways and kart boy endlinks on mine. Front is 24mm set on hard and rear is 22mm set on medium.
    I do get some clunking from the rear from time to time, but I'm not sure why.

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    Did you install them under full load? And did you torque them to spec? After driving and breaking them in I believe you want to re check re torque and check bushings and lateral links. Someone correct me if I'm wrong.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TownLine500
    Did you install them under full load? And did you torque them to spec?
    You've been advised that you need to install your sways with the suspension loaded, and that you should torque things to spec. Does it matter what that person did? Some random Internet dude can bang a hooker without a condom and have no issue; does that mean you should do the same?
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    Still looking for opinions on WhiteLine swaybar settings.
    What's your preferred setting front and rear.
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    Why not try a setting, if you don't like it try something else? Doesn't take long to change/adjust.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TownLine500 View Post
    Did you install them under full load? And did you torque them to spec? After driving and breaking them in I believe you want to re check re torque and check bushings and lateral links. Someone correct me if I'm wrong.
    Did all that

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    My WhiteLine sway bars are installed!
    I went with 24mm front set to stiff, and 22mm rear set to middle setting. It gives my car a nice neutral feel with almost no body roll around corners. What a difference it's like night and day. My 2013 WRX now rides like a 3 series BMW. Kartboy endlinks are quality my friend and I used his drive on lift to install everything, made it fairly easy. I would not want to do it on ramps, so I applaud those of you use the ramps. You guys get a gold star in my book. Took about an hour to get everything lined up and installed. I am very happy with results.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TownLine500 View Post
    My WhiteLine sway bars are installed!
    I went with 24mm front set to stiff, and 22mm rear set to middle setting. It gives my car a nice neutral feel with almost no body roll around corners. What a difference it's like night and day. My 2013 WRX now rides like a 3 series BMW. Kartboy endlinks are quality my friend and I used his drive on lift to install everything, made it fairly easy. I would not want to do it on ramps, so I applaud those of you use the ramps. You guys get a gold star in my book. Took about an hour to get everything lined up and installed. I am very happy with results.
    Hey congrats! Glad it works better than you thought that's always a plus haha
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    Almost forgot to mention while installing rear swaybar, if you have an aftermarket cat back you may need to remove Y pipe to get swaybar into place. I have an invidia N1 exhaust and WhiteLine rear swaybar. I could not fit the swaybar into place without taking the Y pipe off.
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    Regarding installation of Whiteline sways. Front subframe had to be removed. Rear sway bars and end links will not line up unless the tires/suspension are loaded.

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