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Old Mar 20, 2013, 10:42 AM
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I know it's been a while, and I looked into many possible solutions for the front. Ultimately, none of them work. The issue is not the endlink in of itself, but the "tab" on the strut body. It's just not designed to take the type of stress road course racing produces (I've broken 3 sets so far). Going with an ungodly stiff endlink will make the metal fatigue and snap off, which is worse than consuming endlinks every 3-6 months. I had to get creative, as each of my endlink strut "tabs" are now at completely different angles
However, for DD and spirited good times, you won't see an issue.
As for the OP of this thread, these are still going strong.

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Old Mar 23, 2013, 09:16 AM
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I've got the whiteline RSB 24mm, do u guys have any update for the end link? http://www.whiteline.com.au/mobile_p...sans_vehicle=1

http://www.whiteline.com.au/mobile_p..._number=W23180

Any idea for the difference or recommendation from the above choice? And I believe W23180 need to be cut? Won't that be dangerous if I accidentally cut them a bit too short or uneven on both side?
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Old Mar 26, 2013, 07:41 AM
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can anyone suggest me endlink brand or product number ? I just ordered my whiteline RSB 24mm
I am having problem on looking for some good endlink
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Don't the white line evo x front end links work for our rears?
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Old Apr 1, 2013, 04:33 PM
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Originally Posted by robyn402 View Post
Don't the white line evo x front end links work for our rears?
Is it confirmed? Cuz I went to Mitsubishi, they said they not sure! And I sent email to whiteline, they said they not sure either! I just worry if I ordered the front whiteline end link and it end up not fitting
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Racing Line Evo X Front Endlink is known to work for us for our rear end links. See pictures on page one.
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Originally Posted by sstevojr View Post
I know it's been a while, and I looked into many possible solutions for the front. Ultimately, none of them work. The issue is not the endlink in of itself, but the "tab" on the strut body. It's just not designed to take the type of stress road course racing produces (I've broken 3 sets so far). Going with an ungodly stiff endlink will make the metal fatigue and snap off, which is worse than consuming endlinks every 3-6 months. I had to get creative, as each of my endlink strut "tabs" are now at completely different angles
However, for DD and spirited good times, you won't see an issue.
As for the OP of this thread, these are still going strong.
Are you using stock struts? Would coilovers be better choice to find something in the front? So if someone does make a front end link for us you won't recommend it? Any more infromation would be great. I think I might know someone who would be intrested in making front endlinks.
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thanks to the orignial posters for a good read on the whiteline rear sway bar with EVO X racing line front endlinks. This will now be my first upgrade

I was wondering do you need lateral locks for the rear sway bar or is that just on the fronts?

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