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PROGRESS Rear Swaybar (24mm)
PROGRESS Rear Swaybar (24mm)


 
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List Price: $329.00
Our Price: $289.00
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PRO62.1026
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2006 - 2015 Honda Civic, including Si
2013 - 2018 Acura ILX

This NEW COMPETITION SERIES Rear Sway Bar system is an upgraded version of our tried-and-true #62.1009. This NEW rear sway bar is a larger 24mm diameter, features three adjustment settings, and INCLUDES our new ADJUSTABLE END LINK assemblies & three-piece TIG-welded bushing brackets & reinforcement plates for the LCAs.

These NEW END LINKS are our latest SUPER QUIET ball-socket OEM type, in an adjustable (threaded) configuration. The adjustable length unit makes bar-end adjustments and corner-weighting easier for the experienced track enthusiast or daily driver that wants to use the adjustable bar features.

This is the MOST COMPLETE SWAY BAR SYSTEM on the market today, and offers all the best features in one value-packed system. Order this new NEW kit and get it all here! *** NEW AND IN STOCK NOW ***

Progress anti-sway bars dramatically improve handling. How? They minimize the traction-robbing body "lean" that rolls part of the outside tires off the pavement. Our Sport-tuned Anti-sway bars replace skinny OEM bars and rubber bushings with larger diameter (stiffer) alloy steel bars and polyurethane bushings. More roll stiffness means less body "lean", and the tires stay flatter on the pavement (larger contact patches). The result is more grip and added driver control!

-Less body roll means more traction, faster cornering speeds, and increased driver confidence.
-Polyurethane bushings produce crisp response on turn-in.

Progress Anti-sway bars are cold-formed in-house using our custom-built precision bending equipment. Both laser-cut and CNC bar ends are MIG welded in place using a precise fixture for an exact fit.
  • Size: 24mm
  • Adjustment Range: 3 holes
  • End-links Included: Yes
  • All sway bars are powdercoated metallic gray.
  • One year limited warranty

Average Rating: 4.5 of 5 Total Reviews: 10 Write a review »

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You can't go wrong with this bar June 19, 2019
Reviewer: Robie from QC, Canada  
Probably the best sway bar out there. I've tried Eibach Pro Kit and then Progress 22mm and I finally installed the 24mm and it's day and night. Start with smoother and move on to your desired setting but you can't go wrong with this bar. Definitely a MUST.

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Nice! April 25, 2019
Reviewer: Scott Diven from Fenton, MO United States  
Seemingly a great upgrade paired with the BC BR coilovers. Had to get a little creative with clearance, but nothing a grew spaces didn't take car of.

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Great product, better service April 10, 2019
Reviewer: gregory nguyen  
Sway bar really helps with the handling. Pretty easy to install. 10/10 would recommend

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April 10, 2019
Reviewer: Junar Gwinn from West Lafayette, IN United States  
Easy to install and directions seemed pretty clear. Haven’t had the chance to test it out yet but I know the results will be amazing

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NOT STIFF ENOUGH BRUH November 14, 2017
Reviewer: Tyler from ,  
Not stiff enough (for me). My FB6 rides on Tein basics (wheel gap~finger width) and I can't push my car to it's limit without tire rub on the rear outside wheel (fenders rolled, stiffest setting). GRANTED, I am riding on 8.5'' wheels (+43 offset) with 235's all around. No issue on OEM wheel/tire combo. I do enjoy to upgrade from this sway bar but it's important to know it's still not enough for a slight upgrade in wheel/tire size + drop. I could just raise the car but I don't want to be monstertruckin again. In addition, I found a small section of the bar that rubbed against a part of the frame (driver side, close to the mount, right above the plastic under-tray piece). It caused a squeaking noise so I had to shim the bar's mounts out with some thin metal from the hardware store. I also didn't drill a third mounting hole for where the end-links mount to the frame (as recommended). It hasn't given me any noticeable issues but please inform me if I've made a terrible mistake.

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