Hi guys, ever since I've had my '02 WRX it would always buck as I let off the throttle quickly, as well as get back on the throttle quickly. If I let off the throttle slowly, it does not buck that bad. Accompanying this bucking is an audible "clink" noise coming from the rear of the car. I must also add this problem is only apparent in the low gears (1,2, sometimes three) and at high rpms. I had a shop check it out and they said it is a combination of the rear differential bushings and outriggers being too worn and moving around, as well as the rear right axle. While I agree with their diagnosis of the bushings I do not agree with the axle, because if it was the axle wouldn't I get a constant clunk/noise throughout the entire power band (i.e. under heavy acceleration)? Now, that was 3-4 months ago. The problem has gotten progressively worse to the point where no matter how light I am with the throttle the car bucks in any gear at any rpm. Also, the "clink" noise is so loud I can hear it over my music, and I listen to music pretty loud sometimes. Now, I understand that this is actually a pretty common problem. I will also attach link down below with other thread(s) I have found of the same problem, some people can explain it better than I can. What also puzzles me is that some people have installed the TiC Klunk Killer and the tranny mounts, and the problem has actually gotten worse! Any ideas? I am replacing the transmission and differential(s) fluid this week as well, maybe that would help it a little bit.