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Whiteline Heavy Duty Adjustable Rear Sway Bar with End Links (05-14 All)

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      Review & Installation Video

      Hi I’m Justin with, and I’m taking a closer look at Whiteline’s heavy duty 33mm adjustable front and 27mm rear sway bars fitting all 2005 and newer Mustangs. Whiteline is a company that focuses solely on quality suspension components for a wide variety of vehicles, they’ve recently entered the Mustang world and the early reviews have been very favorable thanks to their well built and innovative products. Alright, first things first, if you didn’t know by now, a set of aftermarket sway bars is going to be the best way to achieve better handling and improved grip by reducing your body roll and understeer while cornering. Whiteline has come through with a very solid product here, and these sway bars are loaded with features that other sway bars do not offer. For one, both front and rear sway bars are constructed using 100% solid spring steel, for added strength. Now, a lot of other aftermarket sway bar companies opt to go with a hollow sway bar, for cost and weight savings, which isn’t necessarily a bad thing, but that solid sway bar is going to be inherently stiffer than its hollow counterpart. Secondly both front and rear sway bars are 4 way adjustable, this is going to give you a little more fine tuning ability versus other sway bar options, in addition both sway bars do come with very nice adjustable end links, and these lateral locks. The job of these lateral locks is to prevent any side to side movement of the sway bars, to help the overall effectiveness of the sway bar and to keep any stress off those end links. Finally, whiteline claims that their bushings are unlike any available on the market today, instead of using a high performance polyurethane bushing like many other suspension companies, Whiteline uses a synthetic elastomer material for all of their bushings. They claim that these bushings do not produce any noise, do not transfer any extra vibrations, and best of all they are absolutely zero maintenance meaning you’ll never have to grease them. Install time for each sway bar should only run you about an hour apiece, keep in mind though you will be working underneath the car so just make sure you have your jack stands ready, along with your basic hand tools and sockets. So if you’re in the market for a set of aftermarket sway bars for your 2005 and up Mustang, then you’ll definitely want to look into these quality products from Whiteline available right here at

      Product Information

      Features, Description, Reviews, Q&A, Specs & Installation


      • Improves Handling Performance
      • Perfect for Street Applications
      • 27mm (1-3/32") Diameter Rear Sway Bar
      • Four Position Adjustable
      • Solid Spring Steel Construction
      • Fits All 2005 to 2014 Coupe Mustangs


      Improves Handling. Improve the handling performance of your S197 Mustang coupe by replacing that skinny weak rear factory sway bar with a Whiteline Performance Heavy Duty Adjustable Sway Bar for superior handling, flatter cornering and better grip. This Whiteline rear sway bar features a unique reverse-mounted design that helps reduce unsprung weight and allows additional clearance for wider tires.

      Adjustable. This Whiteline Performance Heavy Duty Rear Sway Bar features four (4) adjustment positions for fine tuning the handling balance of your coupe Pony to suite your driving needs from mild to wild.

      Superior Materials.
      Made from 1-3/32" (27mm) diameter solid spring steel for extra strength, this Whiteline Performance Sway Bar performs as a spring more effectively than hollow, non-spring steel sway bars.

      The Whiteline Performance Adjustable Heavy Duty Rear Sway Bar is designed to fit all 2005 to 2014 coupe Mustangs, including the V6, GT, Bullitt and Shelby GT500 models.

      Please Note. This sway bar will only fit coupe versions of all 2005-2014 Mustangs.

      Fitment: 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 Details

      Whiteline BFR65Z

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      Installation & What's in the Box

      Installation Info

      What's in the Box

      • (1) Sway bar
      • (2) Adjustable end links
      • (2) Bushings
      • (2) Mounting Brackets
      • Installation hardware

      Tech Specs


      Customer Reviews (54)

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      Ratings Summary

      4.6 out of 5 overall rating from 54 customers

      Installation Time: Afternoon

      Installation Cost: $100-$250

      • May 10, 2020

        5 2012 V6 - PilotCar Installation Time: Shop Install Installation Cost: 0-$100

        Great fix

        The factory bars become loose and rattle. This bar makes sure that never happens again.

        Helpful (0)
      • May 09, 2020

        5 2008 GT - MontyMustang Installation Time: Afternoon


        I'd like to start by saying that the negative reviews disappoint me due to in my opinion an ignorance factor... It does have a little creaking sound to it due to the additional direct connection to axle option... Bear in mind this is not for a little Mustang upgrade, this is for a car that plants REAL POWER to the tires... There is only one better option, and it is over twice the price, NOTHING OTHER THAN THIS WILL COMPETE WITH THE TRACTION GAINS ON THIS WEBSITE OTHER THAN THE BMR Xtreme Rear Anti-Roll Bar KIT ( Please understand that before bashing it because you simply didn't need anything this capable... There is a reason only these 2 options connect directly to the axle, it is the ONLY way to get real performance out of the hole... If you just want a handling upgrade and the little squeaking bugs you, buy something else... If you HAVE FORCED INDUCTION OR AN ENGINE SWAP with REAL POWER this is by far the BEAST of a sway bar... Anyone that says they don't notice a difference from stock hahahahahahaha, you did something wrong, put it to the tightest setting and make the adjustable arms as short as they go, drag ready... The only thing I did do because I knew how to make it that much better, is upgrade the loops that attach to the axle and corresponding nuts... I felt they were a bit small, and they are are just fence post parts readily available at Ace hardware... You will find 2 sizes, the ones EXACTLY that came with the kit and a size twice the dimensions... Buy the big ones, then drill the included lower portions to accommodate it, and they are more than heavy duty enough... Again, this is not for a stock Mustang GT with a worn out sway bar guys, this is for the Mustang GT with all upgraded lower and upper control arms, panhard bar (I use and highly recommend Whiteline for all that too), and POWER UNDER THE HOOD!!!... I will spend the extra money on the BMR Extreme option next time because it is SICK, but $550, not $250, and will handle more power if you happen to be as lucky to be over 600hp to the tires... Otherwise this is the only option on this site that comes close to it performance wise, and the BMR needs to be welded to the axle, as this Whiteline option can be installed by the DIY that doesn't happen to be a welder... So this is the real deal review, please completely disregard the kids and ammeters making comments about a little squeaking when backing out of the driveway, or squeaking going sideways over a speedbump, IT IS BECAUSE IT'S SO TIGHT!!!... That's the whole point period... Any sway option that does not attach directly to the axle is not even in the same ballpark as this... PERIOD

        Helpful (1)
      • April 18, 2020

        5 2014 GT - Christopher Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour


        These are great and made a big difference in the handling of my car. Mine is a 14 GT Convertible and these will fit as long as you remove the factory rear bracing that comes on convertibles, once that is removed it fits fine. I did put BMR subframe connectors on to increase stiffness since i removed the factory rear bracing.

        Helpful (0)
      • March 25, 2020

        1 2014 V6 - Thomas Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

        Not good for lowered mustangs

        Very cheap hardware, sway bar is constantly moving when cornering even when all bolts are torqued to spec, creaking noise when turning like the sway bar is “bending.” Car is fully aligned, yet this sway bar is making the cover move to the left when going straight.

        Helpful (0)
      • September 08, 2019

        3 2006 GT - Muskee Installation Time: Afternoon

        dont see any difference and no instruction.

        I couldnt feel any difference on my 06 mustang gt. it didnt come with instructions as to how much torque for the Axle brackets and endlinks bolts. oh... two the of the nuts stripped on the Axle brackets. I didny bother to call AM instead i weny to local hardware to get two nuts. If you are on the market for an after market swaybar, please look for another brand.

        Helpful (1)
      • September 03, 2019

        5 2012 GT - RussS Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

        Good Value!

        Had the dreaded factory sway clunk at 47,000 so tried this out. Easy install and looks nice. Pleased with corners and absolutely no sound or clunks. Second to stiffest setting seems just a tad more aggressive than stock - perfect!

        Helpful (1)
      • July 14, 2019

        5 2014 GT - MylesA Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

        Quick and easy install

        Install took just under a hour with basic tools and no lift. Definitely feel the difference in the handling. Still playing around the the adjustments but seems to be dialed in pretty well.

        Helpful (0)
      • June 08, 2019

        5 2014 GT - Averagedude Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

        Big upgrade for the price

        My stock rear sway bar was clunking so I figured I'd upgrade. My 14 GT has Ford Performance springs and shocks on all four corners. I've only driven it about 50 miles but there was a huge difference in handling. The back end is really planted now. Took a traffic circle at *ahem* speed and now I know the front needs help because clearly the rear is way outperforming the front suspension. Highly recommend this kit. Install was easy. Remove the old sway bar, put the endlinks on with the big spacer on the inside and washers on both sides outside the stock bracket. Put the endlinks onto the sway bar, the get the U Bolt, nuts and bracket ready. Swing the bar up, throw a U bolt over the axel and install the bushings and bracket. Tighten it all up, put the wheels on and go. I used the second to the lowest hole on the endlinks and have about 1/4" of threads showing on the adjustable part. Sounds tough and the instructions suck but it's not bad at all. Just get the rear up high and use jack stands.

        Helpful (1)
      • June 02, 2019

        4 2009 GT - TimothyV Installation Time: Afternoon

        Suspension Mods

        This is much bigger than the factory sway bar easy to install and helps with the whole suspension mods I have done to my GT.

        Helpful (0)
      • May 09, 2019

        1 2011 GT - DavidS Installation Time: Afternoon


        Instructions are next to useless, though it is an intuitive install. Was looking forward to feeling the difference but honestly nothing noticeable over stock. Would look elsewhere for a sway bar.

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      Questions & Answers (16 answers)

      5 Top Rated Questions

      Does this sway bar fit on convertibles?

      • The Whiteline Heavy Duty Adjustable Rear Sway Bar will fit convertible models.

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      Does this kit come with the lateral locks?

      • Yes, this kit will also include the lateral locks in the package.

      Helpful (3)

      If I purchase this sway bar, do I still need the Sway Bar Relocation Kit to run 15x10 wheels?

      • You will not need a sway bar relocation brackets with this adjustable sway bar. The reverse-mounted designed allows for additional clearance for wider tires. You should not have any issues running a 15x10.

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      Can you still jack up the rear using the differential? I saw a previous reviewer explain that this bar prevents the use of jackstands under the axle, but can you still fit a floor jack underneath the differential to jack up the rear?

      • I have the rear swaybar and can still jack and use jack stands; just have to be careful.

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      Will this work with the Swarr Automotive Rear Support (axle tube brace)?

      • This will work with the Rear Support from Swarr Automotive.

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      10 More Questions
      Can these be used for drag racing? 1 answer
      Do i have to change both front and rear Sway Bar ? or i can just change the rear one and get the benefits ? 1 answer
      Do you need an alignment following installation? 1 answer
      How do you know which of the 4 holes on the sway bar to bolt to? Just now starting to get into aftermarket suspension/handling parts.... 1 answer
      Will this rear sway bar have room for 15 inch drag wheels on a 2008 gt500? 1 answer
      We're can I get replacement adjustable end links for this rear sway bar the site doesn't seem to sell them 1 answer
      Is it common (or recommended) to weld the mounts to the axle for better strength? 1 answer
      Does this swaybar work on a 2012 mustang v6 convertible? 1 answer
      clearance reduced? I'm considering this to fix the squeak that the factory part has. I see that the factory sway bar is flush with the bottom and the rear diff. This seems to be mounted below the diff. Is that right? Is clearance reduced? Thanks! 1 answer
      Will this rear sway bar work/clear OK with Whiteline's Watts link rear suspension? 3 answers

      Will It Fit My Mustang

      • Boss 302 - 12, 13
      • Bullitt - 08, 09
      • GT - 05, 06, 07, 08, 09, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14
      • GT500 - 07, 08, 09, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14
      • V6 - 05, 06, 07, 08, 09, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14

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