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Old 2nd November 2012, 16:49   #21 (permalink)
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How are you finding the front sway bar?
The difference isn't as instantly noticeable as the awesome rear kit but what it does is balances the roll reduction. The front now seems to bite better and the roll reduction experienced with the rear kit is transferred to the front but not as dominant as the rear kit managed.

I will play around with the front bar adjustment but overall I would give the rear kit 10 out of 10 and the front 7 out of 10.

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Old 2nd November 2012, 17:27   #22 (permalink)
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Starting to wish I got the rear kit fitted Tuesday
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Old 2nd November 2012, 17:50   #23 (permalink)
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Starting to wish I got the rear kit fitted Tuesday
Good excuse to come back for another visit

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Every time I'm there I always end up spending more money planned, I'm sure someone there is a hypnotist.

But on a serious note, I didn't go for it Tuesday as I don't think it's needed for me. I've still never lost the car through a corner when I think it will, it just grips and grips. I haven't yet thought that I need more grip or control. I'm thinking its only going to beneficial on a track. How the car is now (FRS,Eibach,LSD) is enough for me really, I can keep up with a DB9 through twisties which is always fun.
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A very wise man once said to me 'you can never have too much grip' and its not just the grip levels but the difference in feel, reduction in understeer and more direct turn in that you benefit from...

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You certainly are persuasive Chris
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Today RARB has been installed. I used 4 bolts instead of 2 to bolt the holder. Now I can take corners 10 miles per hour quicker with the same driving comfort.Also checked. Thanks ABP and Chris.
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Old 11th November 2012, 21:18   #28 (permalink)
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Today RARB has been installed. I used 4 bolts instead of 2 to bolt the holder. Now I can take corners 10 miles per hour quicker with the same driving comfort.Also checked. Thanks ABP and Chris.
+10MPH - You're not trying hard enough

Seriously I know exactly what you mean and it really does transform the handling abilities. And it obviously fits the Diesel too!

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Hi Chris would this fit the 1.8?

Looking to return in dec and need to get my AEM fitted and fancy getting miltek too. Think the ARB would complement the -30mm eibachs with full FRS?
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Old 11th November 2012, 22:20   #30 (permalink)
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Hi Chris would this fit the 1.8?

Looking to return in dec and need to get my AEM fitted and fancy getting miltek too. Think the ARB would complement the -30mm eibachs with full FRS?
YES it would fit the 1.8 and would be a great addition to the Eibachs and FRS

The MILLTEK sounds great too!

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Chris it was just warm-up. I will buy definitely front one plus drop links. It has to be massive improvement. ALWAYS vote on Chris and ABP Thanks Chris.
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Chris it was just warm-up. I will buy definitely front one plus drop links. It has to be massive improvement. ALWAYS vote on Chris and ABP Thanks Chris.
Cheers Hubert - you won't have any regrets with fitting the front Whiteline ARB

Speak soon, Chris
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Would I notice any benefits from this with the standard suspension?
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Would I notice any benefits from this with the standard suspension?
Never tried it but I see no reason why not....

Would recommend a full geometry check and fast road set-up at the same time at least.

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Hi

Chris could you tell me the size of original diameter of front anti roll bar please?
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Chris could you tell me the size of original diameter of front anti roll bar please?
The OE Type R FRONT bar is 24mm.

The WHITELINE Front bar is 26mm but is also 3-point adjustable so the actual size/thickness of the bar is only relative at the softest point of adjustment on the Whiteline bar. The other two points are stiffer.

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For 2.2 can be 22 mm I think. Bushes are located on the same place like honda ones??

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The Front And rear whiteline sway bar kit will fit on 2.2 , i have made It
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Hi

How you fell front one. Does it make big difference. What about new coil overs B14 compare to eibach if you have any experience??
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Front ones for the 2.2 is important , because , on the front , the weight of 2.2 is an handicap . With the Bilstein coil over , you will have more roll than stock Fn2 on a corner , if you don't have the Front Anti roll bar .

If you have front one with bilstein coilover , you can play with many sport's cars on a corner , really
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