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got em, got the front one in and, well does not make a diffrence, but that is b/c when I was under the car I noticed my pass tire is down to the metal and my drivers side cv joint is busted
man, my luck, oh well, got a hookup on tires, and can do a cv joint pretty well, so my only problem is getting the rear bar in. we will see how it goes tommorow morning.
 

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dude, I feel your pain... my front end just went through a MAJOR overhaul... but now it's all GREAT!
 

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Rear bar wasn't too hard to install on the beam. Just dont try to use a cordless drill to drill 4 holes through hardened steel.

I just thought about this, and I didn't do it. It might be a good idea to add some kind of rust preventer around the holes you drill. Just incase you ever get any salty roads in TX
 

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no biggie, got a good hookup at discount tire (did a port and polish on a buddies crx) and he hooked me up on a good deal (free) and the cv/axle is under 5 year 60k mile warranty.
oh, and damn, that little coathanger called a rear sway bar does alot. I can already tell my impreza buddies are gonna be pissed when I smoke em in auto-x (they talked me into going sometime)
 

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Hey brian,

any word on an adjustable rear sway bar for our cars? (you have a 98 right?)

I really want to get sway bars, but it would be nice to adjust the rear bar like I can adjust the shocks!

I know they make one for the classic, but haven't heard if they've released one for the 200's yet.
 

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not sure, but give nu-tech a call. their number is in the archives.
 
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I called nu-tech the other day about the rear adj. sway bar. It is ready for production. He told me $199 for the rear. Prob. around $300 with the ST front bar?
 
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