DC2 ITR rr sway endlinks vs non-ITR DC2/civic/sol?

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stmotorsports

Senior Member
anybody know this? I'm doing the ITR rear swaybar on my eg and in the process of gathering all required parts. I know the ITR has supposedly all urethane bushings so I was gonna order those, but need endlinks also and the endlinks come with bushings anyways. I'm wondering if I can just order the ITR endlinks and use those or do I have to order the ITR bushings seperately and use the civic/teg/delsol endlinks?

meaning are the links the same other than the bushings?
 

stmotorsports

Senior Member
Originally posted by pissedoffsol@Jan 12 2004, 01:36 AM
Part list for ITR sway bar

By: Chet

These parts are OEM Acura and can be found at dealerships and/or online OEM part distributors. Here's what you need:

* 52300-ST7-Z01 rear swaybar
* 52315-ST7-Z01 swaybar bushing (2 needed)
* 52308-SS0-000 bushing bracket (2 needed)
* 52316-ST7-Z00 endlink bushing (2 needed)
* 52312-ST7-Z00 endlink bushing collar (4 needed) – reusable from the stock sway bar
* 90175-ST7-Z00 bolt (8x35) (2 needed)
* 94050-08080 flange nut (8mm) (2 needed)
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thats kind of exactly what I'm unclear on, that list contains the part # for the ITR endlink bushing, but is assuming you already have an existing stock rear sway (ie- use your stock endlinks...?). I need to order new endlinks and the only way to get them is with the bushings included. So if I order civic/sol/non-ITR teg endlinks, they will come with the rubber bushings and I will have to order the ITR bushings seperately. But if I can just use the ITR endlinks I'll just get those instead which will come with the ITR bushings and save myself some hassle and $$
 

bcman

Senior Member
make sure you get a subframe reinforcement...
 

stmotorsports

Senior Member
Originally posted by bcman@Jun 13 2005, 01:09 PM
make sure you get a subframe reinforcement...
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already got that covered, I'm in the process of fabbing a custom sway/tie combo sort of like the st/comptech ones
 

stmotorsports

Senior Member
Originally posted by stmotorsports@Jun 13 2005, 02:06 PM
already got that covered, I'm in the process of fabbing a custom sway/tie combo sort of like the st/comptech ones
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along with the center mounting spot for the jdm trucknutz :bow:
 
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