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Old 05-12-2003, 09:30 AM   #1
WRBLUEWAGON
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Thumbs up Noltec front and rear endlinks. (WRX Wagon)

Hey All,

I just installed Noltec end links for my WRX wagon. The quality is really good. It comes with everything and is a straight up install. (They even came with grease). After removing my rear ones I was able to set my Cusco sway on the middle setting. The rear looked like they were in pretty good shape but at least I don't have to worry about them anymore. The Fronts are a different story. The rubber bushings were pretty chewed up. (I have a cusco sway in the front as well). The car before the end links felt a little loose on the highway. With the sways + end links the cars body roll is almost all gone at speeds under 45mph. On the highway it just sticks like a BMW. I feel much safer at higher speeds now then I did before. And yes it does feel like the sway bars come into play a lot sooner. This is a good mod and worth every penny. Car feels smoother over bumps now.


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Old 05-18-2003, 02:49 PM   #2
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I just put on Noltec front and rear end-links and a Cusco rear swaybar (softest setting) on my wagon about 2 hours ago. Suspension-wise, my wagon was stock before this. Overall, the car does feel much more solid on the highway than before and while taking the some on/off ramps aggressively, the car felt so much more neutral than before. For the money, I feel that it was a great upgrade...now I need to get some better tires and maybe some Prodrive springs
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Old 05-27-2003, 03:21 PM   #3
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I just put on Noltec front and rear end-links and a Cusco rear swaybar (softest setting) on my wagon about 2 hours ago. Suspension-wise, my wagon was stock before this. Overall, the car does feel much more solid on the highway than before and while taking the some on/off ramps aggressively, the car felt so much more neutral than before. For the money, I feel that it was a great upgrade...now I need to get some better tires and maybe some Prodrive springs
Yes the highway feel is just perfect. Just need good tires now.

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