COBB 2002-2007 Subaru WRX Anti-Sway Bar Kit

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COBB is proud to announce the immediate availability of the 2002-2007 WRX Anti-Sway Bar Kit. The COBB 2002-2007 Subaru WRX Anti-Sway Bar Kit is one of the most effective ways to improve handling without negatively affecting ride quality or NVH. The perfectly balanced kit increases front bar stiffness to 880 lbs/in and rear bar stiffness is adjustable from 460 lbs/in, 560 lbs/in, or 690 lbs/in to resist body-roll, sharpen turn-in response, and reduce understeer. The CNC bent anti-sway bar kit includes rear mounting brackets and stiffer polyurethane bushings with bushing brackets for instant suspension response, and all are direct factory replacements to ensure perfect OEM-like fitment without compromising performance. The bushing brackets also include built-in grease fittings to make maintenance quick and simple.

This Anti-Sway Bar Kit is available for all 2002-2007 Subaru WRX vehicles. Anti-Sway Bars are also available separately to help stage out the upgrade process. Click the links below for more pictures and details!

COBB 02-07 Subaru WRX Anti-Sway Bar Kit

Part Number: 912250

COBB 02-07 Subaru WRX Front Anti-Sway Bar Kit

Part Number: 912250F

COBB 02-07 Subaru WRX Rear Anti-Sway Bar Kit 

Part Number: 912250R


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Jason on November 15, 2012 says:

Are you re-releasing the adjustable body mounts?

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    Ian on November 15, 2012 says:

    That’s something we hope to bring back in the future, but no kind of time frame right now. Sorry!

    Ian@COBB

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rgvelez on November 15, 2012 says:

Really nice, hope you make it available too for my 06 sti :)

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    Ian on November 15, 2012 says:

    We should have something very soon for the 2004-2007 STI!

    Ian@COBB

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James Jackson on May 3, 2018 says:

Are these bars still available, i need the rear mounts.

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    Adam Hill
    Adam Hill on May 3, 2018 says:

    Hi James,

    Unfortunately, we no longer have any parts from those sway-bars, they have been discontinued for quite a while. I would recommend contacting Hotchkis and/or Eibach to see if they have mounts that will work.
    Adam@COBB

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willie krueger on February 3, 2020 says:

Why are these even still on the website if they are not available?

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