August 04, 2015
Not the best design
I bought this at the time I bought my FRPP lowering kit, after having read it was a must have. Well, it wasn't really a "must have" on my car as the axle was pretty close to aligned with the stock bar. I later installed the bar anyway as I had already bought it and it was just laying around collecting dust. The single worst part about this bar is adjusting it. You can't get a wrench on the passenger side jam nut with it mounted on the car. So, if you are unfortunate enough to need to adjust it to after installing it, you have to take the bar off to adjust.....and if you are still a little off, then the bar has to come off AGAIN....and again and again. After adjusting mine 4 times I got it within tolerance. Fortunately for me I own a shop and have a lift at my disposal. If you are doing this on your back in the driveway, save yourself the aggravation and get one that has the adjustments in the middle of the bar, or even on the sides but not with the jam nut on the ends like this one. After going through all the irritation, the bar itself functions well and I have yet to hear any real NVH increase and I put it through it's paces. Given all that, I call it 3 stars overall because of the poor engineering design on adjustments. If you take that out of the rating, it's a 4-5 star product. Knowing what I know now, I'd opt for another manufacturer with a better design....and thus I wouldn't recommend this particular design.