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DB_VW 04-06-2014 03:03 PM

Endlinks help
 
I was super pro was top quality for endlinks in my 08, then perrin, kartboy etc.

I was told to stay away from whiteline, from the folks on nasioc.

arewmors 04-06-2014 03:30 PM

I just installed super pro sway bars front and back. Super pro front end links and kartboy rear links. All are superb quality IMO. They improve handling immensely! I would high recommend both the aforementioned products.

DB_VW 04-06-2014 03:40 PM

[quote=arewmors;446569]I just installed super pro sway bars front and back. Super pro front end links and kartboy rear links. All are superb quality IMO. They improve handling immensely! I would high recommend both the aforementioned products.[/quote]

Great!

Brockton 04-06-2014 04:55 PM

I have cusco's in the front, kartboys in the rear, both are great and a vast improvement over oem.

AllExtinct 04-06-2014 05:47 PM

Kartboys in the front and hotchiks in the rear with cobb sways.

I think anything is better than the junk endlinks they put on from the factory.

arcticscythe 04-07-2014 01:34 AM

whitlines for the bars and kartboys for the links.
@AllExtinct , what you said anything is better than stock

Fidrat 04-12-2014 06:49 AM

[quote=DB_VW;446561]

I was told to stay away from whiteline, from the folks on nasioc.[/quote]

Oh, GREAT!!! What's wrong with Whiteline? I've got whiteline all over my car. Steering rack bushings 11 years ago and end links 19 months ago. None of it shows abnormal wear. No wear at all in fact. I don't drive like a wuss either. I wore out the Steering rack bushings 3 times before I got the Whiteline ones. This was 90,000mi ago! I got about 14,000 on the end links. Still going strong. Is this a 08+ thing? What gives? How about a link to back it up?

arcticscythe 04-14-2014 01:30 AM

@Fidrat ,

I think thats why while-lines is doing "back to black". My tuner said he was having a hard time getting white-lines products for a bit because they were transitioning out of a less than stellar manufacturer into a new one for the black bushings. the old school yellow bushings were solid but they were having QC troubles for a bit.

Now that everything is straightened out I would feel fine recommending whitelines.


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