we have quite a bit of body roll. i know there are rear bars out there, but was wondering if there are any front/rear sets available. i'm kinda surprises sti doesn't have a pair of bars with an adjustable rear.
wow thanks man, I actually thought that the $4XX was a good deal. I didnt realize the other kits were that cheap. Thanks for the tip and I will be looking around. Either of those you mention any better then the other? Sorry to sound like a newb (but I kinda am handling wise - as I've never had a really handling-oriented car), but what do you mean lightest setting? and then do you mean adjust it from 22-23-24mm or something to adjust oversteer in the rear swaybar? Thanks man for the help.UberWagon said:I think the rallitek package looks a bit pricey. Both Cobb and Hotchkis offer full kits in the $350 range with hollow sway bars which are lighter than even stock. IMHO, your best bet is to get one of these sets, and set the adjustable rear bar to its lightest setting and then adjust up for more oversteer to suite your driving style.
Ya man thanks for the info!! I really apprecite it. I will really be leaning toward the Cobb tuning as I like their color/ 25mm FSB / 25mm RSB design. That and I like their lightweight tubular design. They seem to have a lot of track testing too. Thanks for the endlinks suggstion too. As for the wiring kit ordeal ... if you can find me a store that will sell me that full sway bar set (25mm lightweight tubular design for STi) at any kind of discount I will surely do you right if you buy any kind of StaticX Motorsports product down the road hehe. Thanks man and just lmk.UberWagon said:No worries :wink:
I think either Cobb or Hotchkiss will treat you well and their designs seem almost identical. I haven't tired either, but pricing is very similar so maybe just pick your color! (I'll probably pick whoever is cheapest at the time, but leaning towards Cobb.)
I meant the softest setting (22mm in your case) which would give the smallest trend towards oversteer and allow the rear end a little more independent movement. You don't really want to overdo it.
The STi comes with much upgraded endlinks stock over the old WRX so you shouldn't need to upgrade. (This last bit is from Cobb directly.)
So do I get a free grounding kit for all the help? :lol: