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I want to do front and rear sway bars, but I dont know about the different brands what does every one prefer. Then I want to do suspension ...again... whats a good brand... let me know... subies rule!!!!!
 

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Mad WRX said:
I went with a Helix rear swaybar because of the price and it is an exact replica of the more expensive Cusco.
How do you like your "new" toy, Louis?
 

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I got Perrin. Pretty cheap. It looks a little more expensive than the whiteline, but if you consider that it comes with the beefy brackets, it's cheaper.
 

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I'm planning on getting the Cobb front and rear set. Anyone have any experience with these? They're very similar to the Hotchkis ones but cheaper.
 

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Mad WRX said:
I think I need the stiffest setting!
Crazy man! :)

Anyway, I have read good things about the Cobb. I think SCC did a review on that set up and had good results. I don't remember the issue of that SCC, however.
 

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svc said:
Same here. The beefy brackets are a definite bonus.
By "brackets", I assume you mean "endlinks"?
 

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WRX-games said:
By "brackets", I assume you mean "endlinks"?
Negative...the Perrin comes with upgraded mounts (the things with the bushing inside that the sway bar rotates in). They hang down about 4 inches more than stock, and have the Perrin logo plasma cut in. VERY beefy, I'll try and find a picture.
 

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Those are the bars I'm going to purchase when my bank account becomes unfrozen by me.
 

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Warning on the Perrin: If you lower the car and have stock exhaust, it may bump the muffler in rough spots. This is, however, perfect incentive to buy a new exhaust.
 
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