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 #48648  by Gange
 Thu Jan 10, 2019 11:33 am
Does anyone have one of these or know anything about them? Image

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 #48650  by WESHOOT2
 Thu Jan 10, 2019 2:57 pm
I know you need to be racin' if you think one of those will make any discernible difference.

The Kizashi shell is already one stiff structure.
 #48662  by KuroNekko
 Fri Jan 11, 2019 7:43 am
I think it can help stiffen things to a noticeable degree but like Weshoot2 said, the Kizashi is already a rather rigid vehicle. If you can find one, get a larger rear sway bar instead.
 #48674  by Gange
 Sat Jan 12, 2019 4:39 am
Thanks for the quick responses, I will look into the rear sway bar.

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 #48680  by KuroNekko
 Sat Jan 12, 2019 6:53 am
Gange wrote:Thanks for the quick responses, I will look into the rear sway bar.

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If I recall correctly, you are in Australia. I think Whiteline (Aussie company?) made one including some sway bar end links. Most of us Americans and Canadians have the RRM rear sway bar but those are now long gone from availability.
I also upgraded my rear sway bar bushings to polyurethane bushings from Moog after the ones that came with my RRM bar wore out and squeaked.
 #51017  by SamirD
 Mon Jan 20, 2020 7:17 am
KuroNekko wrote:
Gange wrote:Thanks for the quick responses, I will look into the rear sway bar.

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If I recall correctly, you are in Australia. I think Whiteline (Aussie company?) made one including some sway bar end links. Most of us Americans and Canadians have the RRM rear sway bar but those are now long gone from availability.
I also upgraded my rear sway bar bushings to polyurethane bushings from Moog after the ones that came with my RRM bar wore out and squeaked.
I believe the RRM one was basically a rebaged whiteline one as I saw another company do that as well for another marque.

As our car has aged, I do hear some chassis flex now. I might want to give this a try...if I can find it. :?
 #51047  by bdleonard
 Tue Jan 21, 2020 6:59 pm
SamirD wrote:I believe the RRM one was basically a rebaged whiteline one as I saw another company do that as well for another marque.

As our car has aged, I do hear some chassis flex now. I might want to give this a try...if I can find it. :?


The RRM bar was made by Progress Technology and had a Progress part number on the box (# 62.2405), but I don't believe Progress ever sold it directly. I believe it was a run specifically made for RRM
 #51066  by KuroNekko
 Sat Jan 25, 2020 11:27 pm
bdleonard wrote:
SamirD wrote:I believe the RRM one was basically a rebaged whiteline one as I saw another company do that as well for another marque.

As our car has aged, I do hear some chassis flex now. I might want to give this a try...if I can find it. :?


The RRM bar was made by Progress Technology and had a Progress part number on the box (# 62.2405), but I don't believe Progress ever sold it directly. I believe it was a run specifically made for RRM


I think this is accurate. The RRM bar is definitely made by Progress, not Aussie-based Whiteline.
 #51078  by bdleonard
 Sun Jan 26, 2020 2:28 am
KuroNekko wrote:I think this is accurate. The RRM bar is definitely made by Progress, not Aussie-based Whiteline.


I do still have the box in my basement, so I'm pretty sure :-)