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Old May 23, 2018, 08:03 AM
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Rear Sway Bars

Hello Everyone. I wanted to get a post up about rear sway bars to see what everyone was running, why and what adjustments you all had them?!?

Looking to get one for my MR but there are so many to pick from....

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Old May 30, 2018, 07:44 AM
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If I had to do it all over again, Iíd go with a Hotchkis rear sway with their endlinks. Iím currently running a Whiteline rear sway with Whiteline endlinks. Had to double nut the endlinks so they wouldnít come loose lol. Havenít had any issues with the Whiteline otherwise, but the Hotchkis products are higher quality pieces.
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Old May 30, 2018, 09:36 AM
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Originally Posted by ninja05 View Post
If I had to do it all over again, Iíd go with a Hotchkis rear sway with their endlinks. Iím currently running a Whiteline rear sway with Whiteline endlinks. Had to double nut the endlinks so they wouldnít come loose lol. Havenít had any issues with the Whiteline otherwise, but the Hotchkis products are higher quality pieces.

Great info, thank you very much for you comment!!
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I've been running the Perrin rear sway bar for about 7 years. So far so good.
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Hotchkis RSB on the middle setting with OEM endlinks.
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Had whiteline & now gone hotchkiss. The setting is a personal thing. YOU WILL KNOW once your,ve taken for a spirited drive how you like the rear. I run my medium & if I set to full hard the car can be prone to oversteer if driven hard.
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