I was over at Dave's (SaggioWRX's) place to pick up some radios for our upcoming caravan, and I mentioned that I wanted to move my rear sway bar down a notch since it was oversteering quite a bit. Dave says "You should get some Perrin Endlinks!" and I said "Hey good idea" so I contacted Garret and he hooked me up with them.
Dave and Jay (MojoHand on NASIOC) had done endlinks before, so they wanted to see how fast they could install them. With the two of them going, it took all but 10 minutes to install and move my sway bar down a notch. It was both funny and impressive...heh. Here's a (bad) pic of them installed:
My drive home was long, but mostly straight, so I didn't get to feel the difference very much. My initial impressions though are that my car rolls even less with them in, and my car feels MUCH more neutral with the sway bar moved to the medium setting. Before, even on freeway onramps, my turn-in would cause my rear end to start breaking loose, giving me a very uneasy feeling. Now, it feels a hell of a lot better and it just feels a lot more stable through the turn. I suppose I'll have some more things to say after our big caravan through the twisties of the Olympic Mountains next weekend