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Old 06-14-2001, 03:42 PM   #1
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2001 Impreza 2.5RS

Post Watch Out : Whiteline adjustable rear sway bar


I just read this in the New England forum. I don't mean to cross post or try to take over other people's posts. But, I thought this was very important.

Apperantly, the bar hits the brake line and eventually the brake line may leak. Anyone notice this? I haven't checked my car out yet because it's a little far away from me right now, but if anyone can quickly, that would be great!

[ June 14, 2001: Message edited by: tmat3 ]
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Old 06-14-2001, 04:49 PM   #2
Jim Gurieff
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Hi everyone.

Around 18-24 months ago we had some adjustable rear bars (22mm) slip through with 5mm extra length in the blade end.

When run on maximum adjustment and driven hard, the end of the bar could intermitently touch the brake mount support and hose.

The stock was isolated and rectified well before it became a major problem. Please contact your distributor or Whiteline direct if you have any concerns. There is some information and pictures available on the WRXSA site located at http://members.iweb.net.au/~seajen/techSway.html


Jim Gurieff
Whiteline Automotive www.whiteline.com.au
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