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i just threw on a stock rear sway from an 08 sti and wow. world of difference.

got it for $75 shipped with end-links, and it looks like a lot of sti owners are trying to get rid of them... super easy to install too.

also, the endlinks are definitely shorter, so i recommend getting a whole set if you do the swap
 

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So you need to get the endlink from the STI to replace the SH one?
It's not the STI endlink that are too short right?

edit : Ok so do not use sti endlink (you keep the Forester Endlink even if they are thinner)
 

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Didn't get a photo since it was crappy lighting. But it's a 16mm stock to 18mm sti.

The sti end links are a good inch shorter than stock fxt ones
 

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What bar are you planning for the front.

I bought the Perrin 25mm, but I think it does not fit my driving style as well as I hoped... pretty sporty, but takes away a little too much of that body lean I have gotten accustomed to.
 

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Front sway makes the front of the car feel much more solid, the turn-in is improved, and the handling just plain out feels better. Maybe it's not actually faster around corners, but it feels much better with a front bar.
 
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