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Sway Bar Fitment for TS

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Nope. I just reused the stock front sway bar links, as they're already made of metal - They've held up fine through quite a few track days thus far.

 

thanks bro.

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Hi bros,

 

Front swaybar for TS in stock.

 

Rear need to order.

 

As for GH 1.5R and 2.0R, I currently have 1 set in stock.

 

Grab it before it is gone!

 

Totally bang for buck handling upgrade!

 

NEW: Get $100 off APi Racing coilovers with Whiteline swaybars.

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TS bros,

 

One piece of front swaybar balanced.

 

Going at special price.

 

Contact me to enquire.

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Hi,

 

Any advantage on changing the lateral arms etc compared to buying a plug and play set?

 

Since both will add upp to almost the same cost.

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Hi,

 

Any advantage on changing the lateral arms etc compared to buying a plug and play set?

 

Since both will add upp to almost the same cost.

 

Fren selling lateral arms, swaybar, full subframe from STi.

 

Good for ts to fix rear swaybar.quickest gets it.

 

As usual 98388467. Whatsapp/text.

 

Thanks.

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Forgot to mention that the rear swaybar is Cusco and endlinks are Perrin.

 

Old STi use normal lateral arms - not the alu or pink ones.

 

Links are I link type, not C link.

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I've done some snooping around and I've confirmed that front sway bars from WRXes and STIs will not fit TSes, because the TS extractor hangs lower and the TS front sway bar has two bends in it to clear the extractor, unlike the WRX ones which are probably straight or have one less bend.

 

As for the rear, WRX and STI sway bars should fit without too much fuss, as long as you are able to get hold of the right parts.

 

WRX rear sway bar:

 

1) Sway bar

 

2) Sway bar mounting brackets

 

3) C-links

 

4) WRX lateral arms

 

STI rear sway bar:

 

1) Sway bar

 

2) Sway bar mounting brackets

 

3) I-links

 

4) STI lateral arms

 

Hope this information helps.

 

...just contributing some pictures from my MY07 Autorex...

 

1) Sway bar

 

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2) Sway bar mounting brackets

 

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3) C-links

 

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4) WRX lateral arms

 

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...and here's more or less what they should look like when connected together... Cheers...

 

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...just contributing some pictures from my MY07 Autorex...

 

1) Sway bar

 

6888253724_18695f2539_z.jpg

 

 

2) Sway bar mounting brackets

 

6888254414_0afd7717f4_z.jpg

 

 

3) C-links

 

7034348681_a79c14c96a_z.jpg

 

 

4) WRX lateral arms

 

6888253994_1c2c28e8c6_z.jpg

 

 

...and here's more or less what they should look like when connected together... Cheers...

 

6888254848_1df850a7e0_z.jpg

 

Wow! This is brilliant!

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Harder springs and shocks makes it feel like less roll, but they also increase ride harshness whereas swaybars do not. If you have not tried swaybars, you do not know, you wont understand.

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anti roll bar has it purpose of course. I use coilover becos I want less roll-over and also lower my car. So killing 2 birds with 1 stone :D

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imho, since my first subaru many ions ago, the ARB upgrade has been one of the most noticable difference i've done to my cars.

 

SuberSTi (SCS sponsor) carries the Whiteline range of goodies which is one of the best products around for handling. ;) contact him if need be.

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snsd555 is ever so correct.

Whiteline covers a wide range of cars and models.

With SP Line Trading as the distributor for both Whiteline (www.whiteline.com.au) and Pedders (www.pedders.com.au), we have a very huge range of suspension products complimenting each that makes up the whole suspension system.

Pedders also provides other suspension replacement parts like ball joints, tie rod ends, cv joints, drive shafts, etc.

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I have a feeling that the rear swaybars for TS has been discontinued.

But if there is demand, I can check.

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