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Originally posted by pissedoffsol@Jan 19 2003, 10:11 PM
anyone have any info on this?
I was talking to chris about running the ITR rear sway on my car, and he mentioned i need this beaks kit to make it happen, and the D brakets aren't right... anyone know whats up
Originally posted by chet@Jan 20 2003, 01:28 AM
you don't need a beaks kit, but i'd run one with itr sway bar. you are more at risk to tear the subframe...
i'd get a comptech sway bar, or progress auto. they are designed to bolt right on without the same risks to tear the subframe. while i'm mostly an OEM honda person, honda simply didn't design the civic chassis to have an itr sway bar...mounted in the same position...so unless you use a beaks kit i'd suggest getting the bars i mentioned above.
Originally posted by B16+Jan 20 2003, 11:29 AM-->pissedoffsol@Jan 19 2003, 10:11 PM
anyone have any info on this? Â
I was talking to chris about running the ITR rear sway on my car, and he mentioned i need this beaks kit to make it happen, and the D brakets aren't right... Â anyone know whats up
hehe, i asked about these about a month ago
i ended up getting the kit. it comes with everything you need, except the endlinks, those you need to get yourself. the pieces look pretty solid, and it puts the sway bar further away from the sub frame, than if you were to just bolt up the D link to the subframe. it looks like this relieves some stress off the endlinks. i haven't had much driving time with it, because about 5 days after installing it, i wrecked my car, but once i get driving again i can give a better explaination.
the kit (full swap kit) comes with urthane D brackets for the itr sway. you will have to drill 2 holes in your subframe to accomodate the larger diameter sway bar (this was a lot easier than i thought)