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Looking to replace my rear sway bar with the Progress Rear Sway from PRL https://prlmotorsports.com/progress2016hondacivicrearswaybar.aspx
If Im doing the sway bar, I might as well upgrade the end links as well. Will the Type R metal links fit my 2019 Hatch sport? If so, anyone have a link to get them? Or suggest another brand to use?





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*EDIT* I found the Whiteline End Links I'll likely go with. Found on ProCar
 

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I went eibach front and rear sway but the eibach endlinks are out of stock. I picked up the whiteline endlinks but if you want a cheaper route to go you can use the Accord endlinks which are aluminum instead of the plastic Si version.
 

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Another popular low-cost option is the Accord end links.

If you want high performance end links, check out @RV6 Performance.
 

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Accord end links are metal and are stronger. If you upgrade the bar it makes sense to upgrade the links to help with load transfer if you are really pushing it. Here is a photo of the plastic stock ones beside the accord metal ones with the part number on the bag. They work great.

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Accord end links are metal and are stronger. If you upgrade the bar it makes sense to upgrade the links to help with load transfer if you are really pushing it. Here is a photo of the plastic stock ones beside the accord metal ones with the part number on the bag. They work great.

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Co-sign. The Accord ones are super solid and aftermarket ones are overpriced af.
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Co-sign. The Accord ones are super solid and aftermarket ones are overpriced af.
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which year endlink would i need? 10th gen accord as well? or 9th gen works?
Link if possible please TIA
 

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Had the whiteline adjustable ones and they clunked like crazy, swapped them out for the accord ones and they've been great. Honda PN:
52320-TLB-A00 x2
 

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I went eibach front and rear sway but the eibach endlinks are out of stock. I picked up the whiteline endlinks but if you want a cheaper route to go you can use the Accord endlinks which are aluminum instead of the plastic Si version.
What do you think about the Eibach front and rear sway bars? How much does it improve the feel of the car?
 

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Had the whiteline adjustable ones and they clunked like crazy, swapped them out for the accord ones and they've been great. Honda PN:
52320-TLB-A00 x2
+1 for whitelines being somewhat disappointing. They are good for adjustability but my set wouldn't "set" and clunked. Ran no sway bar end link until the exchange came in and they are fine but wish I did the accord end links
 

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What do you think about the Eibach front and rear sway bars? How much does it improve the feel of the car?
It keeps super planted in corners although it can be a little twitchy at high speeds. Definitely takes some getting used to after install.
 

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