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Swaying less in the 2010 ForesterX

After driving the 2010x and then driving our FSXT, it was apparent that the 10 needs some help in the sway area. A call to Turn in Concepts helped with this issue. Tony at TiC made us a killer deal on a Whiteline 20mm RSB non adjustable.



Measurements of the 2 sways. The oem piece is a weak 16mm. Yes, 16mm.



The Whiteline is 20mm.




Stock sway in place.



Removing the RSB was as easy as 6 bolts



Remove the 2 shown here(on each side)



And remove this bolt(on each side)



I installed the Whiteline with the letters correct side up to notice that it will rub the exhaust. A quick review of the stock photos showed the bar needed to be flipped.









My impression is good. I think the rear end feel more planted with less rear roll. The front needs a 22mm but that will wait for a few miles.
 

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wont the endlinks snap with that much increase in size?
As long as the vehicle is pushed to much (as in auto Xing or racing) they should be fine. 20mm isn't too big considering they go up to 24mm I think.

Great write-up.........Thanks this will help me with mine!
 

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No problem guys. We also posted this info in Tunergirls member journal to track the mods we do to our 10x.

As far as hard driving, we plan to keep it down. No racing at all, since this is a non turbo model.

Good Dog, I totally agree. Looking at my07 and this one, wow. I guess rusty parts add character.
 
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