I'm really liking the 22mm Progress rsb over the 20mm one. But it's def stressing the end links more, I can hear them popping and flexing sometimes (the 20mm did not do this) I know it's not a big deal as almost every aggressive rsb on every vehicle makes this sound. Usually I ignore aftermarket end links because they are solid billet unit's and they make terrible noises (like metal popcorn constant click clack click clack) I'm not willing to live with. Especially with the minimal difference they actually make in the handling. These Whiteline ones however look very nice and are not a racing inspired replacement. They have the same rubber covers ect like an oe piece, not the full billet unit's you usually see as replacements. Anyone try these yet? Any popcorn noise? I found them for $111 I may have to try a set.
Not many enthusiasts are aware that OE and more importantly aftermarket sway bar effectiveness can be hindered by worn or inadequate mounts, drop links and lateral stoppers. Whiteline adjustable sway bar links are engineered to be up to the task with top spec, light weight componentry combined...