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Old 11-09-2002, 11:32 PM   #1
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Location: Saint Louis, MO, USA
2005 STi
WRB Nukabe/Cusco/Carbotec

Thumbs up MRT Adustable Sway Bar

I purchased an MRT adjustable sway bar from Exeter Subaru (which sells it for the cheapest price). It came with the poly-urethane bushings and adjusts from 18-20-22mm. It is recommended for the GC8 ( since the WRX already comes with a 20mm sway bar). I didnt have the right tools, or a ramp, therefore installation took me quite some time. Now that I have it installed, all I can say is "WOW" . Unbelievable handling gains for the price. The car handles so well, its almost scary because I am constantly trying some suicidal turns and come out looking smooth and clean. Word of advice, room for error is significanly decreased. If you install this, drive like a wuss for a couple of days and test your car's new limits. Steer in is also greatly improved. I currently have it set at 18mm. Great Product.
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