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Old 06-12-2013, 11:00 PM   #1
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Ive had these Rear control arms on the 13 WRX Hatch for a little while now, I really cant say enough about them. They're SUPER stiff and beefy, It's really an impressive unit. This product is definitely perfect for anyone who has lowered their car on springs, or coils. Theres a huge amount of adjustments availible with these arms, they will really be able to satisfy anyone's style or needs.

I used them to obtain a bit more camber, I wasent able to lower the car any more with the stock arms, even with rolled and alittle pulling on the fenders in the rear. With the new arms in, I adjusted alittle in and i was able to lower the car about 3/4 of an inch, and im able to go ALOT more too, theres alot more room in the fenders now.

This is what i like to see with a new product, a HUGE difference between the ISC arm and the stock arm. You can clearly see how much more beefy these are than stock. The stock arms feel so flimsy compared to these. They also are very noticeable when driving, the rear end feels a lot more solid. Ive also found that it avoids understeer better.

super easy and straight forward to install, all basic tools needed. The new arms also come with new hardware. cant miss them either, they look great installed!

As you can see, they really stick out. Driving behind the car - they are clearly visible and the gold looks great.
Im very impressed by this product along the rest of ISC's products, they REALLY do a good job with everything.

They are machined and CNC'd with 6061 aluminum, the hardware is top grade, and the connecting rod has pillowball bearings.

I know everyone will like this product a lot, I myself will stand by that.

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Old 06-13-2013, 05:29 PM   #3
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I also have been running the ISC 08+ adjustable rear control arms for some time now, and the product is amazing!! The signature gold color of the company is gold, and boy does it not disappoint. All the different parts are of the highest quality, and the machining of the arms is flawless. The installation was a breeze in my opinion and anyone with handy with a wrench can install in a short amount of time.



These control arms not only allow you to properly align your 08+, but will also accommodate a wide range of different ride heights from stock to very aggressive. After driving on these for a while now, i can honestly say that the car handles better and is a perfect addition to my ISC N1 Coilovers. I would recommend these to anyone who intends to lower their car or install coilovers.




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if possible, spray all the bolts being removed ( lower shock bolt, sway bar end link bolts, and inner and outer control arm bolts) a few times for few days before the installation.


Remove the lower shock bolts, along with the sway bar end link bolts.Remove the inner and outer control arm bolts. These are very tight so a large breaker bar with impact sockets will work best. (I had a 3 foot breaker bar on it and also had to use a torch to heat up the nut to remove mine).





adjust the ISC arm to the same length as the stock OEM control arm. Tighten down both locknuts to assure the length of the arm does not change.


I also found some rod end dust seals online and decided they would be a good addition to keep the joint free of road debris.




Install ISC control arm into back into the car. New hardware is supplied for the sway bar and the lower shock mount, but the original hardware is re used for the inner mount. Be sure everything is tight/properly torqued.



Since the length of the control arm was only eye-balled, the alignment of the car could be way off, or it could be close. GO GET AN ALIGNMENT ASAP, Then Drive and Enjoy!!

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Car looks sick Dan!!
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Car looks sick Dan!!
Thanks brother you too! Good job on the write up! Team Gold!
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I'm sure our dealers will be doing coilover and rear control arm packages as well...

Thanks for sharing guys, looks great when driving behind a WRX with these installed! Glad we could help you all corner better

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I recently purchased the ISC Suspension 08+ Rear control arms as well. These things are super solid, and really beefy. I think ISC says they are over six times stronger than stock. The Gold anodized finish is really something to admire and deff my favorite color out of all the companies that have Control arms on the market right now. They also look so clean from behind the car. Just look at em!



Sorry for the lack of photos, I don't have many. People always compliment me on how nice the back end looks though, and people can really see them when I'm on the highway.

10/10 for ISC! I roasted my tires before I had these, and it makes it so nice to be able to have my wheels adjusted the RIGHT way. Perfect compliment for any 08+ WRX with coilovers!

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10/10 for the ISC control arms. They really make your ride stand out with the gold color looks great. I'm currently deployed but my buddy has installed them and says they really compliment the isc coilovers. I can't wait to get behind the wheel when I get home in a few days! Isc thanks for making durable and affordable parts! Will suggest your products to anyone.

When I get home ill take some pics and post them up.

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Great to see all these awesome reviews. Looking forward to seeing more installed pics on everyone's cars!
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Finally back from traveling for work so I got these installed and a fresh alignment to take advantage of a little more rear camber now!! First impressions from driving a few windy roads with pace is that the ability to feel how the back of the car is doing through a corner on the power far surpasses the stock control arms!!! I am doing a track day saturday and am so excited to test these things at the limit to feel how clear the feedback is pushing out of a corner because the stock ones made it difficult to feel the exact moment where I am no longer getting the power down and that inevitable understeer begins haha. Great piece from ISC and if your beefing up your suspension or just need some extra camber for the flush fit I'd highly reccomend these!

I will post a full review after the track day, in the mean time some pics!




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Agreed! A lot of good reviews, these have been selling well.
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great write up im really looking into these. so u can just adjust the camber angle by spinning that hex shaped bar (sorry dont know the proper term) towards the inside of the car? doesnt it still change the endlinks angle? does that matter?
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-2.6 camber 0 toe rear

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I had e46_keith (find him on instagram) do the install and roll. He did a great job and they went on the same as the others posted for the v1's. The 2 main differences are the pillow ball is now covered for protection against the elements and there are 2 options for the endlink mounting position.

One word of caution though -- go to an alignment shop you trust! The alignment shop I went to (106 tire & Street in Corona Queens) didn't tighten down 6 of the 8 locknuts between the toe arms and the LCA's. It's only by the grace of God that my wheels didn't fall off while driving on the highway a few days later! As a result the threads on the LCA's got stripped and have to be machined. That's happening in 3 days.






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2010 FXT:
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GTWorks front camber bolts (stock top location)
subtle 3/4 saggy butt spacers (going to 1.25 SB for rake and no rub underload) and .25 up front.

all fenders rolled and painted with truck bed lining

-1.9 camber 0 toe front
-2.6 camber 0 toe rear

Enkei NT03-M - 18x9.5 +40 (plasti dipped)
255-40-18 -- Goodyeard Eagle GT's


I had e46_keith (find him on instagram) do the install and roll. He did a great job and they went on the same as the others posted for the v1's. The 2 main differences are the pillow ball is now covered for protection against the elements and there are 2 options for the endlink mounting position.

One word of caution though -- go to an alignment shop you trust! The alignment shop I went to (106 tire & Street in Corona Queens) didn't tighten down 6 of the 8 locknuts between the toe arms and the LCA's. It's only by the grace of God that my wheels didn't fall off while driving on the highway a few days later! As a result the threads on the LCA's got stripped and have to be machined. That's happening in 3 days.













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I took it to my trusted shop (GTX here in Astoria) and the owner Chris fixed the damaged threads (caused by 106st tire) and replaced one of the lock nuts on the LCA's so I'm ISC golden!
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looks great, makes us miss our old ISC Fozz
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Pros:
- They look amazing and can be seen at a standing height anywhere more than 5 meters away from the car
- They offer a large range in camber adjustability
- They are pretty much direct replacements for the OEM LCA's and also offer additional slots for alternate positioning of swaybar endlinks
- They look amazing and will set you apart from others
- They look...amazing

Cons:
- Some auto shops don't know how to use them to make camber adjustments
- I have an awful squeaking/popping sound at slow speeds and under suspension compression. Lubrication temporarily helps, but I'm in the processes of seeking support via email from ISC staff
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- They look...amazing

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- Some auto shops don't know how to use them to make camber adjustments
- I have an awful squeaking/popping sound at slow speeds and under suspension compression. Lubrication temporarily helps, but I'm in the processes of seeking support via email from ISC staff
I had that same awful squeaking/popping after bad alignment shop didn't tighten them down correctly. Once my good shop fixed them up and tighten everything properly the noise decreased substantially. I can still hear it some, but not near as bad as it was. Have you checked your nuts '
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What did they tighten? I torqued everything to spec, it still squeaked. I then over torqued everything and got the same result. Any nuts in particular? Thanks for your input
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What did they tighten? I torqued everything to spec, it still squeaked. I then over torqued everything and got the same result. Any nuts in particular? Thanks for your input
Make sure you hold the adjuster nut steady, and tighten down the locknuts on the arms. That cut the noise down on mine by more than half.
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Thanks for the reviews, glad to hear people are enjoying them!

As far as any noise, these do NOT come greased. So if the pillowball (under the street seal covers) is installed dry you will for sure hear some noise.

Another shipment of them arrived today, so any back orders are shipping today FYI

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Hi everyone, I saw this thread while doing research on the ISC LCA's and joined this forum just to chime in. Hopefully my info can help someone.

I have a '14 Legacy Sport. I installed Eibach pro kit springs and had some serious negative camber on my right rear after installing the springs so I installed the ISC LCA's to correct it.

First things first, these LCA's are awesome! Very well built and solid and look sweet too! Unfortunately, I started getting a creaking noise while going over bumps/dips in the road after having them on for about 1,000 miles. I called ISC directly and spoke with a very nice and informative lady who stated that my issue wasn't uncommon and that they experienced the same thing when they first got the LCA's in the states. She told me to use anti-seize on the adjustment threads and that should solve it.

Yes and no. I did that but noticed I still had some creaking. I moved around the pillowball and wahlah, there was the noise. I originally greased it when I installed them but obviously not enough. I loaded the pillowball up with grease, getting it up behind the rubber boot as much as I could. Creaking is 100% gone.

So, for those if you who are hearing the creaking over bumps, make sure the pillowball is greased up nicely like the post before mine by ISC stated and like previously stated by another member, make sure the adjustment nuts are tight. The shop that I had adjust mine twisted the pillowball so it wasn't straight. That could have caused some noise as well.

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Just to verify, the pillowball is the rotating head that bolts into the chassis on the inside of the car, correct? I'll put a bunch of lube on it.

The crazy squeaking noise I had went away after I drove my car through some puddles in the rain, so I think dirt/dust was in a bushing/thread.

Also, I got in contact with ISC and they took care of me, thanks again!
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Glad everyone is enjoying them.
Certainly need to make sure the pillowball is not angled funny, make sure it is straight and greased. We now include grease in every box. Pillowball bushings take a little more maintenance than a regular rubber bushing like on many other brands, but from a performance perspective they can not be compared, pillowball offers great performance.
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