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No worries. I have the driver side also if needed.

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Installed on the front, great fit.

Havent installed the rears yet and wont till I get my new swaybar, but I put them side by side and they are 100% identical. So people with 4ws the rear links are the same as the 2ws ones.

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Moneys is sent, waiting on the parts (can't wait).

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nate, received your order. I'll have to wait until tuesday to ship though because of the holiday weekend.

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Thats cool, the car is sitting at my father's shop right now.

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Have you gotten an order for a mx3 already? Wonder about results....
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I haven't had an order for the mx3 in this recent batch. I recall the issue with the mx3 being that the links are significantly shorter. If you can get me the overall length of the endlink I can tell you if they will work

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$55 (u.s) shipped to Toronto??
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I will but takes a couple months before i'm reunited with my car
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Fronts look great, cant wait for the rear.

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how much for the whole set sent to au post code 2770 and allso have you got any left
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yes $55 to Canada. Pm you tx5

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I like these.... but what exactly would the ability to adjust the length do? Pre-load the sway bar? I though adjustability of sway-bar stiffness was achieved by changing how far up or down the sway bar the link connects by having a number of different mounting holes

like this:


If anyone can provide a good reason why being able to change the length of the link is beneficial, karma, AND I will buy one on the spot.

EDIT: I am a total moron.

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The handling improvement is minmal in most circumstances. These endlinks have approximately a 15* angle of rotation. The stock endlink has about a 30* angle of rotation. This means that the sway bar will react slightly faster, however unless your autocrossing you probably won't notice the difference.

The endlinks are also adjustable, meaning that you could preload your swaybar, that is increase the length of one or both sides. This would create a constant force on the bar, meaning it could again react faster, but when preloading the bar, you will increase the cars tendancy to oversteer or understeer. I don't recommend adjusting these to non-stock length unless you know what your doing

The main benifits to these links are threefold

1. The design allows for easier installestion and removal then the stock endlinks. (many people have to cut the stock endlinks off because the allen key has a tendency to strip)
2. Stronger then stock endlinks. Upgraded swaybars will wear heavily on the stock endlinks. These endlinks are completly stainless steel and can hold the extra force exerted by the larger swaybars
3. Price. These endlinks are much cheaper then stock, in fact a set of two is only slightly more then one Mazda replacement.

The handling improvements would be fourth on my list of benifits

Also these will not affect ride height
I guess that means 3x karma for the man, and I have to buy 3 sets because he gave three very good reasons!

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sent you payment. heh, i guess i shoulda checked if you had some left but took a chance

oh yeah, getting a set for the front

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