Originally Posted by wadejg
I don't think anybody has. They look like a nice inexpensive option. Do they have an application that works for a 2004 WRX STI? The Hotchkis also look nice for the money.
I'm running Poltec titanium lat links, and they are sure nice.
It looks like the bottom line is you need to replace the lat links to STI or some other variety if you want to run a larger than stock bar. The shortcuts don't seem to work too well and you get the handling benefits.
Glad nobody was hurt.
Well, I'm looking at the Whiteline catalog, and here's what I come up with -
KT109 - rear control arm adjust camber/toe - GD2 WRX Sedan
KT108 - Same as above, but for wagon
We have sold one set of these so I know what they look like and these would work except for the mounting tabs being underneath ala WRX style.
For the STi there is only a toe adjustment kit which is the front control arms, and 4 bushings so it looks like we're out of luck on a direct STi swap. I also looked under the Forester section, and it's the same thing as the STi.
This leads to two possibilities -
1) Use the WRX version with WRX endlinks - may have to mount the links on the inside of the bar though give the bar width.
2) Use the WRX version, but flip-flop the rear control arms to put the tabs on top
If someone wants to experiment with this let me know and for the sake of science we can work out a deal on the control arms.
There is also a very remote possibility. I know through some sources that Ksport is soon releasing their own rear control arms and trailing arms. I MIGHT be able to talk to my source to see if he can talk them into making some forester ones.