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post #1 of 7 Old 11-15-2012, 05:15 AM Thread Starter
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Smile Inexpensive suspension upgrades for my 2010 wrx

I recently bought a 2010 WRX and love my car so far but there's too much body roll. Can somebody give me some "inexpensive" recommendations on what equipment and brands are best. Sway bars, strut braces etc...
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Whiteline RSB & Kartboy rear endlinks
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Perrin RSB and Perrin EL's

Should do it for the rear. Get those installed and report back. j/k

That's all you need in the rear. Are you wanting to keep your rear hatch for space? If not, there is more bracing.

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Stay away from Perrin endlinks.

I would recommend both front and rear sway bars. You might as well do both.
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^I would have agreed to that, but they improved them. I snapped one a while back, and they sent me a new set for free and the new ones have held much better and I would say under harsher conditions. I'm not impressed with the coating though, they're all rusted up after a little more than 18 months.

Just do both F/R sway bars and endlinks, it'll let you dial it in more than if you kept the OEM front bar as you can adjust it. Aside from that, without actually digging into the spring/strut set up you have bushings, lots of bushings to stiffen up. I've also heard the anti-lift kit from whiteline does wonders.

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Whiteline RSB & Kartboy rear endlinks
OR
Perrin RSB and Perrin EL's

Should do it for the rear. Get those installed and report back. j/k

That's all you need in the rear. Are you wanting to keep your rear hatch for space? If not, there is more bracing.
Yeah I think I don't want a brace sticking out of my the back. I want to put a sound system in it.
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I'm lookin' at Eibach sway bars right now. Are those any good?
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Vew has some feedback on those I believe. Do a search on here.

I liked my Perrin shtuff.... 2 yrs of auto-x... never an issue.

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