redline76 Posted April 27, 2005 Share Posted April 27, 2005 I brought my LGT in for warranty work on Monday and had Irvine Subaru put in my Whiteline swaybars that I bought from MPJ. Soren's great to deal with, prices are the chapest I've found and their free shipping is FAST I had the Perrin on my STI but I wanted to try something different. Whiteline has been around forever and I suspect the Aussies drive on roads equally as crappy as here in LA, hence the "reasonably" sized sways (22MM-F, 20MM-R). I think 22MM-R is a bit too big for the Legacy, which is why Perrin saw fit to include a stronger bracket. Anyhoo, Got the car back yesterday, and I'm pleased with the results. Absolutely no noise, no degradation in ride quality, and turn-in is improved. I haven't had a chance to really push the car yet, but it certainly feels tighter and body roll has been cut down by half. As has already been pointed out, this is an improvement, not the final solution for those looking for absolutely flat cornering and razor sharp turn-in. For my purposes, after the Spec-B strut units come in, I'll be done with suspension mods for this car as it is a daily driver before anything else and needs to be comfortable for my work commute. I think for anyone who wants to tighten up their suspension a bit with no real drawbacks should consider these sways. I couldn't rationalize spending an extra $100+ for Cuscos and risk having bars that were too stiff for my purposes. As a side note, I haven't looked under the car yet to see what the bars are set at. If i had to guess, I'd say the front is set stiff and the rear loose as it pushes a touch. -w- Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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