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Perrin
We offer the Lowest Prices on Perrin Performance Parts. Turbo Wholesale Distribution is the Mid-West's Largest Retailer of Perring Performance Exhaust, Turbo Kits, Sway Bars, Short Shifters, Springs, and all other Perrin Performance Parts.

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PERRIN Performance Radiator Shroud - Subaru STI 2011-2013
Part #: PSPENG510
The PERRIN Performance Radiator Shroud caps the top of the radiator for a sleek new look and forces all available airflow through the core.

Part Numbers
PSP-ENG-510BK = Black
PSP-ENG-510RD = Red

Our price: $46.99
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Perrin 2008 Subaru Shorty Antennas
Part #: PSP-BDY-120/PSP-BDY-121
Simply put the factory antenna on the new 2008 Subarus is way too long and unattractive. Eliminate the radio controlled car look with a shorty mast from PERRINTM. Available in either 2" or 3" sizes, these all-aluminum antennas look great thanks to an anodized, black finish. No adapters are required.


Our price: $26.99
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Perrin 22MM Rear Sway Bar Kit: WRX/STI 02-07
Part #: PSP-SUS-205
The only way to make your car turn, stop or go is if the entire available tire patch is hitting the surface at hand. The factory included what many regard to be a whimsical attempt to increase cornering with puny sway bars on the front and rear. PERRINTM sees the need for far larger and stronger sway bars and now offers two choices for the rear end of your car.

For street enthusiasts that simply want to attack the drive to work with more gusto, the 22mm (7/8") PERRIN swaybar kit is the ideal choice. While dedicated track hounds will delight in the increased snap now available from our 25mm (1") offering. Each size and each end also incorporates 2 adjustment holes to help you custom tailor your suspension to your specific needs and driving habits. Made from solid steel and heavily powder coated to prevent the rigors of salty roads that wreck havoc with less worthy products. All kits include polyurethane pocketed bushings to prevent tedious re-greasing and all necessary hardware for a clean, and painless installation.

Stout Mounts
All PERRIN swaybar kits include the Stout-MountTM system. This is another factory flaw. The Stout Mounts are a connection between the unibody and the rear sway bar. Subaru chose to use cheap stamped steel. While great to keep costs down it certainly won't help you go around that next bend in anything resembling a spirited fashion. Impreza owners can take full advantage of the 6061 billet aluminum mounts. These mounts are overbuilt to handle the added stiffness of upgraded swaybars. You will never have to worry about these failing.

Endlinks
Also any rear sway bar and swaybar kit can be purchased with or with out our endlinks. PERRINTM recommends the use of upgraded endlinks to take full advantage of any swaybar upgrade. Endlinks are the connection between the sway bar and the suspension arms. Some Subaru models use plastic (yes plastic) to make this connection, where as the Legacy uses a solid type connection. So why replace it? The OEM steel endlinks are designed to hold up under the stresses of the OEM bar, not upgraded swaybars. Replacing these with PERRIN solid endlinks will add to the durability and save you some weight at the same time. PERRINTM Endlinks are made from 6061 billet aluminum and use spherical bearings. This provides a solid non-flexible connection from the sway bar to the control arms.

Look under your STI. Go ahead, we'll wait.... See that little sway bar down there? Replace it with a PERRIN Performance sway bar and we promise better cornering, reduced body role and greater control over your suspension. PERRIN PerformanceTM Sway Bars are bigger in diameter and come with multiple end-link attachments, giving you 3 possible configurations.

Sway bar Settings
All PERRIN swaybars comes with multiple endlink connections. This allows the end user to customize the stiffness of the bar. All PERRIN swaybars come with at minimum 2 settings. These 2 settings can provide 3 actual different setting with crossing the endlink connections. Our 3 setting swaybars can provide 5 different setting by doing the same thing. Below are some basic calculations of % change from OEM to PERRIN 22mm and 25mm bars. The crossed endlink calculations are not mentioned below, but can be figured as they will fall in between the rates mentioned. The sway bar settings can allow for significant changes in sway bar functionality, with out having to go buy another size bar.

How does a sway bar work?
First understand that a tire has flat contact patch. If the contact patch is not parallel to the ground, the contact patch gets smaller. In turn traction is lost. As the car makes its way through a turn, the weight of the car, causes the car to lean. As the car leans, the design of the suspension geometry makes the tires contact patch become unparallel to the ground. In turn loosing traction.

Suspension designers used camber to help counteract this, along with unequal control arms. But a large part of keeping the tire parallel to the ground during cornering is controlling how much the car leans. This is where sway bars come into play. During cornering the sway bar acts to keep the chassis from leaning. In turn this helps keep the tires parallel to the ground. Stiffening up the springs on the car does the same thing, but in turn makes the ride much harsher. Sway bars are like stiff springs but only become effective while cornering.

Swaybars connect both left and right control arms with a torsion bar. As the control arms move up and down together, the bar moves with them. During this state the sway bar has no effect. Only when the control arms move in opposite directions does the sway bar come into play. During a corner, the outside arm moves up and the inside arm moves down, in turn causing the sway bar to twist. The opposing directions of the arms are counteracted by the sway bar and the sway bar tries to keep the arms from moving in opposite directions. In turn keeps the car from leaning less, and give you more traction!

Why do I want this?
That is easy to keep the contact patch as flat to the ground as possible! Both front and rear sway bars do different things to cars. Both front and rear sway bars increase traction to the outside tire (the one with the most load), but a balance of front to rear can change how the car handles.

All cars are designed to have a slight amount of understeer. This is done for safety reasons. Understeer is the effect when you go into a corner, and your turn the wheel, but the car goes straight. This is also known as pushing or plowing. In contrast oversteer is when you go into a corner, and the car turns more than you steer. This is also described as the rear end feeling like it is sliding out slightly. Too much oversteer and you will spin out in a corner. Too much understeer and the car will not turn through the corner, and go straight off the road.

Generally people prefer neutral handling or a slight amount of oversteer. With the choices in bar sizes and endlink settings, anyone can find the perfect match to their driving style.

Hollow vs. Solid
Given both are designed to produce the same rate or stiffness, they both do the same job. But in order to get a hollow bar to produce the same rate, a very large diameter is needed. And for those wanting something with a high rate or stiffness, you won't be able to find this in a hollow bar. Another benefit hollow bar makers try to sell is the weight. The difference in weight is very very small. To give an example, a rear WRX PERRIN sway bar weighs 10.8lbs. Even if you remove the entire bar, the savings isn't much. If weight is that critical, you can always remove your spare and save more weight. All PERRIN sway bars are made with solid 4140 Steel bar. This provides the best in both stiffness and durability, and creates a bar that will last forever.

Bushings
All PERRIN swaybars use custom made polyurethane bushings. We went direct to the experts on this and that is why you will find 100% genuine Energy Suspension bushings. All of our bushings use a high durometer (really stiff) urethane to ensure the most from your sway bar. A common problem with urethane bushings is the squeak really bad when the grease dries up. PERRIN performance has custom internal spiral cores for each bushing. This allows the grease to stay in the bushings, and constantly lube the sway bar. In turn this makes for longer service intervals compared to traditional smooth bushings. This is a small detail that other sway bar manufactures don't offer!

OEM Mounts
The OEM swaybars mounts produced between 2002-2004 were a single piece stamping. These are known to fail under harsh conditions when using the OEM bar, let alone bigger stronger aftermarket bars. Mounts produced later than this date are made of 2 stamped pieces, which don't fail when using the stock swaybars, but with aftermarket bars forget it! These mounts are known to bend and fail when aftermarket bars are installed. The answer to this problem and concern is......

Included:
-PERRIN 22mm or 25mm Rear Swaybar
-PERRIN Stout Mounts
-Energy Suspension Bushings and grease

Fits: WRX/STI 02-07

Our price: $251.99
Quantity
Perrin 22MM Rear Sway Bar No Mounts: All Subaru Impreza 93-07 with OEM RSB
Part #: PSP-SUS-202
The only way to make your car turn, stop or go is if the entire available tire patch is hitting the surface at hand. The factory included what many regard to be a whimsical attempt to increase cornering with puny sway bars on the front and rear. PERRINTM sees the need for far larger and stronger sway bars and now offers two choices for both ends of your car.

For street enthusiasts that simply want to attack the drive to work with more gusto, the 22mm (7/8") upgrade is the ideal choice. While dedicated track hounds will delight in the increased snap now available from our 25mm (1") offering. Each size and each end also incorporates 3 adjustment holes to help you custom tailor your suspension to your specific needs and driving habits. Made from solid steel and heavily powder coated to prevent the rigors of salty roads that wreck havoc with less worthy products. All kits include polyurethane pocketed bushings to prevent tedious re-greasing and all necessary hardware for a clean, and painless installation.

Look under your WRX. Go ahead, we'll wait.... See that little sway bar down there? Replace it with a PERRIN Performance sway bar and we promise better cornering, reduced body role and greater control over your suspension. PERRIN PerformanceTM Sway Bars are bigger in diameter and come with multiple end-link attachments, giving you 5 possible configurations.

How does a sway bar work?
First understand that a tire has flat contact patch. If the contact patch is not parallel to the ground, the contact patch gets smaller. In turn traction is lost. As the car makes its way through a turn, the weight of the car, causes the car to lean. As the car leans, the design of the suspension geometry makes the tires contact patch become unparallel to the ground. In turn losing traction.

Suspension designers used camber to help counteract this, along with unequal control arms. But a large part of keeping the tire parallel to the ground during cornering is controlling how much the car leans. This is where sway bars come into play. During cornering the sway bar acts to keep the chassis from leaning. In turn this helps keep the tires parallel to the ground. Stiffening up the springs on the car does the same thing, but in turn makes the ride much harsher. Sway bars are like stiff springs but only become effective while cornering.

Swaybars connect both left and right control arms with a torsion bar. As the control arms move up and down together, the bar moves with them. During this state the sway bar has no effect. Only when the control arms move in opposite directions does the sway bar come into play. During a corner, the outside arm moves up and the inside arm moves down, in turn causing the sway bar to twist. The opposing directions of the arms are counteracted by the sway bar and the sway bar tries to keep the arms from moving in opposite directions. In turn keeps the car from leaning less, and give you more traction!

Why do I want this?
That is easy to keep the contact patch as flat to the ground as possible! Both front and rear sway bars do different things to cars. Both front and rear sway bars increase traction to the outside tire (the one with the most load), but a balance of front to rear can change how the car handles.

All cars are designed to have a slight amount of understeer. This is done for safety reasons. Understeer is the effect when you go into a corner, and your turn the wheel, but the car goes straight. This is also known as pushing or plowing. In contrast Oversteer is when you go into a corner, and the car turns more than you steer. This is also described as the rear end feeling like it is sliding out slightly. Too much oversteer and you will spin out in a corner. Too much understeer and the car will not turn through the corner, and go straight off the road.

Generally people prefer neutral handling or a slight amount of oversteer. With the choices in bar sizes and endlink settings, anyone can find the perfect match to their driving style.

Hollow vs. Solid
Given both are designed to produce the same rate or stiffness, they both do the same job. But in order to get a hollow bar to produce the same rate, a very large diameter is needed. And for those wanting something with a high rate or stiffness, you won't be able to find this in a hollow bar. Another benefit hollow bar makers try to sell is the weight. The difference in weight is very very small. To give an example, a rear WRX PERRIN sway bar weighs 10.8lbs. Even if you remove the entire bar, the savings isn't much. If weight is that critical, you can always remove your spare and save more weight. All PERRIN sway bars are made with solid 4140 Steel bar. This provides the best in both stiffness and durability, and creates a bar that will last forever.

Sway bar Settings
All PERRIN swaybars comes with multiple endlink connections. This allows the end user to customize the stiffness of the bar. All PERRIN swaybars come with at minimum 2 settings. These 2 settings can provide 3 actual different setting with crossing the endlink connections. Our 3 setting swaybars can provide 5 different setting by doing the same thing. Below are some basic calculations of % change from OEM to PERRIN 22mm and 25mm bars. The crossed endlink calculations are not mentioned below, but can be figured as they will fall in between the rates mentioned. The sway bar settings can allow for significant changes in sway bar functionality, with out having to go buy another size bar.

Bushings
All PERRIN swaybars use custom made polyurethane bushings. We went direct to the experts on this and that is why you will find 100% genuine Energy Suspension bushings. All of our bushings use a high durometer (really stiff) urethane to ensure the most from your sway bar. A common problem with urethane bushings is the squeak really bad when the grease dries up. PERRIN performance has custom internal spiral cores for each bushing. This allows the grease to stay in the bushings, and constantly lube the sway bar. In turn this makes for longer service intervals compared to traditional smooth bushings. This is a small detail that other sway bar manufactures don't offer!

Fits all Subaru Impreza 1993-2007 (with OEM RSB) May interfere with some non-PERRIN, non-OEM endlinks. See customer service for more details, or consult the installation instructions included with your kit.

Installation Instructions


Our price: $179.99
Quantity
Perrin 22MM Rear Sway Bar STi 02-07 no mounts
Part #: PSP-SUS-206
The only way to make your car turn, stop or go is if the entire available tire patch is hitting the surface at hand. The factory included what many regard to be a whimsical attempt to increase cornering with puny sway bars on the front and rear. PERRINTM sees the need for far larger and stronger sway bars and now offers two choices for both ends of your car.

For street enthusiasts that simply want to attack the drive to work with more gusto, the 22mm (7/8") upgrade is the ideal choice. While dedicated track hounds will delight in the increased snap now available from our 25mm (1") offering. Each size and each end also incorporates 2 adjustment holes to help you custom tailor your suspension to your specific needs and driving habits. Made from solid steel and heavily powder coated to prevent the rigors of salty roads that wreck havoc with less worthy products. All kits include polyurethane pocketed bushings to prevent tedious re-greasing and all necessary hardware for a clean, and painless installation.

Stout Mounts

Any rear bar can be purchased with or without the added benefits of our Stout-MountTM system. This is another factory flaw. The Stout Mounts are a connection between the unibody and the rear sway bar. Subaru chose to use cheap stamped steel. While great to keep costs down it certainly won't help you go around that next bend in anything resembling a spirited fashion. Impreza owners can take full advantage of the 6061 billet aluminum mounts. These mounts are overbuilt to handle the added stiffness of upgraded swaybars. You will never have to worry about these failing!

Endlinks
Also any rear bar can be purchased with or with out our endlinks. PERRINTM recommends the use of upgraded endlinks to take full advantage of any swaybar upgrade. Endlinks are the connection between the sway bar and the suspension arms. Some Subaru models use plastic (yes plastic) to make this connection, where as the Legacy uses a solid type connection. So why replace it? The OEM steel endlinks are designed to hold up under the stresses of the OEM bar, not upgraded swaybars. Replacing these with PERRIN solid enlinks will add to the durability and save you some weight at the same time. PERRINTM Endlinks are made from 6061 billet aluminum and use spherical bearings. This provides a solid non-flexible connection from the sway bar to the control arms.

Look under your STI. Go ahead, we'll wait.... See that little sway bar down there? Replace it with a PERRIN Performance sway bar and we promise better cornering, reduced body role and greater control over your suspension. PERRIN PerformanceTM Sway Bars are bigger in diameter and come with multiple end-link attachments, giving you 3 possible configurations.

How does a sway bar work?
First understand that a tire has flat contact patch. If the contact patch is not parallel to the ground, the contact patch gets smaller. In turn traction is lost. As the car makes its way through a turn, the weight of the car, causes the car to lean. As the car leans, the design of the suspension geometry makes the tires contact patch become unparallel to the ground. In turn losing traction.

Suspension designers used camber to help counteract this, along with unequal control arms. But a large part of keeping the tire parallel to the ground during cornering is controlling how much the car leans. This is where sway bars come into play. During cornering the sway bar acts to keep the chassis from leaning. In turn this helps keep the tires parallel to the ground. Stiffening up the springs on the car does the same thing, but in turn makes the ride much harsher. Sway bars are like stiff springs but only become effective while cornering.

Swaybars connect both left and right control arms with a torsion bar. As the control arms move up and down together, the bar moves with them. During this state the sway bar has no effect. Only when the control arms move in opposite directions does the sway bar come into play. During a corner, the outside arm moves up and the inside arm moves down, in turn causing the sway bar to twist. The opposing directions of the arms are counteracted by the sway bar and the sway bar tries to keep the arms from moving in opposite directions. In turn keeps the car from leaning less, and give you more traction!

Why do I want this?
That is easy to keep the contact patch as flat to the ground as possible! Both front and rear sway bars do different things to cars. Both front and rear sway bars increase traction to the outside tire (the one with the most load), but a balance of front to rear can change how the car handles.

All cars are designed to have a slight amount of understeer. This is done for safety reasons. Understeer is the effect when you go into a corner, and your turn the wheel, but the car goes straight. This is also known as pushing or plowing. In contrast oversteer is when you go into a corner, and the car turns more than you steer. This is also described as the rear end feeling like it is sliding out slightly. Too much oversteer and you will spin out in a corner. Too much understeer and the car will not turn through the corner, and go straight off the road.

Generally people prefer neutral handling or a slight amount of oversteer. With the choices in bar sizes and endlink settings, anyone can find the perfect match to their driving style.

Hollow vs. Solid
Given both are designed to produce the same rate or stiffness, they both do the same job. But in order to get a hollow bar to produce the same rate, a very large diameter is needed. And for those wanting something with a high rate or stiffness, you won't be able to find this in a hollow bar. Another benefit hollow bar makers try to sell is the weight. The difference in weight is very very small. To give an example, a rear WRX PERRIN sway bar weighs 10.8lbs. Even if you remove the entire bar, the savings isn't much. If weight is that critical, you can always remove your spare and save more weight. All PERRIN sway bars are made with solid 4140 Steel bar. This provides the best in both stiffness and durability, and creates a bar that will last forever.

Sway bar Settings
All PERRIN swaybars comes with multiple endlink connections. This allows the end user to customize the stiffness of the bar. All PERRIN swaybars come with at minimum 2 settings. These 2 settings can provide 3 actual different setting with crossing the endlink connections. Our 3 setting swaybars can provide 5 different setting by doing the same thing. Below are some basic calculations of % change from OEM to PERRIN 22mm and 25mm bars. The crossed endlink calculations are not mentioned below, but can be figured as they will fall in between the rates mentioned. The sway bar settings can allow for significant changes in sway bar functionality, with out having to go buy another size bar.

Bushings
All PERRIN swaybars use custom made polyurethane bushings. We went direct to the experts on this and that is why you will find 100% genuine Energy Suspension bushings. All of our bushings use a high durometer (really stiff) urethane to ensure the most from your sway bar. A common problem with urethane bushings is the squeak really bad when the grease dries up. PERRIN performance has custom internal spiral cores for each bushing. This allows the grease to stay in the bushings, and constantly lube the sway bar. In turn this makes for longer service intervals compared to traditional smooth bushings. This is a small detail that other sway bar manufactures don't offer!

Includes:
-PERRIN 22mm Rear Swaybar
-Energy Suspension Bushings and grease

Installation Instructions

Our price: $179.99
Quantity
Perrin 25MM Rear Sway Bar Bar: all Subaru Impreza 1993-2007 (with OEM RSB)
Part #: PSP-SUS-204
The only way to make your car turn, stop or go is if the entire available tire patch is hitting the surface at hand. The factory included what many regard to be a whimsical attempt to increase cornering with puny sway bars on the front and rear. PERRINTM sees the need for far larger and stronger sway bars and now offers two choices for both ends of your car.

For street enthusiasts that simply want to attack the drive to work with more gusto, the 22mm (7/8") upgrade is the ideal choice. While dedicated track hounds will delight in the increased snap now available from our 25mm (1") offering. Each size and each end also incorporates 3 adjustment holes to help you custom tailor your suspension to your specific needs and driving habits. Made from solid steel and heavily powder coated to prevent the rigors of salty roads that wreck havoc with less worthy products. All kits include polyurethane pocketed bushings to prevent tedious re-greasing and all necessary hardware for a clean, and painless installation.

Look under your WRX. Go ahead, we'll wait.... See that little sway bar down there? Replace it with a PERRIN Performance sway bar and we promise better cornering, reduced body role and greater control over your suspension. PERRIN PerformanceTM Sway Bars are bigger in diameter and come with multiple end-link attachments, giving you 5 possible configurations.

How does a sway bar work?
First understand that a tire has flat contact patch. If the contact patch is not parallel to the ground, the contact patch gets smaller. In turn traction is lost. As the car makes its way through a turn, the weight of the car, causes the car to lean. As the car leans, the design of the suspension geometry makes the tires contact patch become unparallel to the ground. In turn loosing traction.

Suspension designers used camber to help counteract this, along with unequal control arms. But a large part of keeping the tire parallel to the ground during cornering is controlling how much the car leans. This is where sway bars come into play. During cornering the sway bar acts to keep the chassis from leaning. In turn this helps keep the tires parallel to the ground. Stiffening up the springs on the car does the same thing, but in turn makes the ride much harsher. Sway bars are like stiff springs but only become effective while cornering.

Swaybars connect both left and right control arms with a torsion bar. As the control arms move up and down together, the bar moves with them. During this state the sway bar has no effect. Only when the control arms move in opposite directions does the sway bar come into play. During a corner, the outside arm moves up and the inside arm moves down, in turn causing the sway bar to twist. The opposing directions of the arms are counteracted by the sway bar and the sway bar tries to keep the arms from moving in opposite directions. In turn keeps the car from leaning less, and give you more traction!

Why do I want this?
That is easy to keep the contact patch as flat to the ground as possible! Both front and rear sway bars do different things to cars. Both front and rear sway bars increase traction to the outside tire (the one with the most load), but a balance of front to rear can change how the car handles.

All cars are designed to have a slight amount of understeer. This is done for safety reasons. Understeer is the effect when you go into a corner, and your turn the wheel, but the car goes straight. This is also known as pushing or plowing. In contrast Oversteer is when you go into a corner, and the car turns more than you steer. This is also described as the rear end feeling like it is sliding out slightly. Too much oversteer and you will spin out in a corner. Too much understeer and the car will not turn through the corner, and go straight off the road.

Generally people prefer neutral handling or a slight amount of oversteer. With the choices in bar sizes and endlink settings, anyone can find the perfect match to their driving style.

Hollow vs. Solid
Given both are designed to produce the same rate or stiffness, they both do the same job. But in order to get a hollow bar to produce the same rate, a very large diameter is needed. And for those wanting something with a high rate or stiffness, you won't be able to find this in a hollow bar. Another benefit hollow bar makers try to sell is the weight. The difference in weight is very very small. To give an example, a rear WRX PERRIN sway bar weighs 10.8lbs. Even if you remove the entire bar, the savings isn't much. If weight is that critical, you can always remove your spare and save more weight. All PERRIN sway bars are made with solid 4140 Steel bar. This provides the best in both stiffness and durability, and creates a bar that will last forever.

Sway bar Settings
All PERRIN swaybars comes with multiple endlink connections. This allows the end user to customize the stiffness of the bar. All PERRIN swaybars come with at minimum 2 settings. These 2 settings can provide 3 actual different setting with crossing the endlink connections. Our 3 setting swaybars can provide 5 different setting by doing the same thing. Below are some basic calculations of % change from OEM to PERRIN 22mm and 25mm bars. The crossed endlink calculations are not mentioned below, but can be figured as they will fall in between the rates mentioned. The sway bar settings can allow for significant changes in sway bar functionality, with out having to go buy another size bar.

Bushings
All PERRIN swaybars use custom made polyurethane bushings. We went direct to the experts on this and that is why you will find 100% genuine Energy Suspension bushings. All of our bushings use a high durometer (really stiff) urethane to ensure the most from your sway bar. A common problem with urethane bushings is the squeak really bad when the grease dries up. PERRIN performance has custom internal spiral cores for each bushing. This allows the grease to stay in the bushings, and constantly lube the sway bar. In turn this makes for longer service intervals compared to traditional smooth bushings. This is a small detail that other sway bar manufactures don't offer!

Fits:
-Fits all Subaru Impreza 1993-2007 (with OEM RSB)
-May interfere with some non-PERRIN, non-OEM endlinks. Consult the installation instructions included with your kit.

Installation Instructions


Our price: $206.99
Quantity
Perrin 25MM Rear Sway Bar Kit STI: Subaru Forester XT, Subaru STI
Part #: PSP-SUS-207
The only way to make your car turn, stop or go is if all the available tire patch is hitting the surface at hand. The factory included what many regard to be a whimsical attempt to increase cornering with puny sway bars on the front and rear. PERRINTM sees the need for a far larger and stronger sway bars and now offers two choices for both ends of your car.

The only way to make your car turn, stop or go is if the entire available tire patch is hitting the surface at hand. The factory included what many regard to be a whimsical attempt to increase cornering with puny sway bars on the front and rear. PERRINTM sees the need for far larger and stronger sway bars and now offers two choices for the rear end of your car.

For street enthusiasts that simply want to attack the drive to work with more gusto, the 22mm (7/8") PERRIN swaybar kit is the ideal choice. While dedicated track hounds will delight in the increased snap now available from our 25mm (1") offering. Each size and each end also incorporates 2 adjustment holes to help you custom tailor your suspension to your specific needs and driving habits. Made from solid steel and heavily powder coated to prevent the rigors of salty roads that wreck havoc with less worthy products. All kits include polyurethane pocketed bushings to prevent tedious re-greasing and all necessary hardware for a clean, and painless installation.

Stout Mounts
All PERRIN swaybar kits include the Stout-MountTM system. This is another factory flaw. The Stout Mounts are a connection between the unibody and the rear sway bar. Subaru chose to use cheap stamped steel. While great to keep costs down it certainly won't help you go around that next bend in anything resembling a spirited fashion. Impreza owners can take full advantage of the 6061 billet aluminum mounts. These mounts are overbuilt to handle the added stiffness of upgraded swaybars. You will never have to worry about these failing.

Endlinks
Also any rear sway bar and swaybar kit can be purchased with or with out our endlinks. PERRINTM recommends the use of upgraded endlinks to take full advantage of any swaybar upgrade. Endlinks are the connection between the sway bar and the suspension arms. Some Subaru models use plastic (yes plastic) to make this connection, where as the Legacy uses a solid type connection. So why replace it? The OEM steel endlinks are designed to hold up under the stresses of the OEM bar, not upgraded swaybars. Replacing these with PERRIN solid enlinks will add to the durability and save you some weight at the same time. PERRINTM Endlinks are made from 6061 billet aluminum and use spherical bearings. This provides a solid non-flexible connection from the sway bar to the control arms.

Look under your STI. Go ahead, we'll wait.... See that little sway bar down there? Replace it with a PERRIN Performance sway bar and we promise better cornering, reduced body role and greater control over your suspension. PERRIN PerformanceTM Sway Bars are bigger in diameter and come with multiple end-link attachments, giving you 3 possible configurations.

How does a sway bar work?
First understand that a tire has flat contact patch. If the contact patch is not parallel to the ground, the contact patch gets smaller. In turn traction is lost. As the car makes its way through a turn, the weight of the car, causes the car to lean. As the car leans, the design of the suspension geometry makes the tires contact patch become unparallel to the ground. In turn losing traction.

Suspension designers used camber to help counteract this, along with unequal control arms. But a large part of keeping the tire parallel to the ground during cornering is controlling how much the car leans. This is where sway bars come into play. During cornering the sway bar acts to keep the chassis from leaning. In turn this helps keep the tires parallel to the ground. Stiffening up the springs on the car does the same thing, but in turn makes the ride much harsher. Sway bars are like stiff springs but only become effective while cornering.

Swaybars connect both left and right control arms with a torsion bar. As the control arms move up and down together, the bar moves with them. During this state the sway bar has no effect. Only when the control arms move in opposite directions does the sway bar come into play. During a corner, the outside arm moves up and the inside arm moves down, in turn causing the sway bar to twist. The opposing directions of the arms are counteracted by the sway bar and the sway bar tries to keep the arms from moving in opposite directions. In turn keeps the car from leaning less, and give you more traction!

Why do I want this?
That is easy to keep the contact patch as flat to the ground as possible! Both front and rear sway bars do different things to cars. Both front and rear sway bars increase traction to the outside tire (the one with the most load), but a balance of front to rear can change how the car handles.

All cars are designed to have a slight amount of understeer. This is done for safety reasons. Understeer is the effect when you go into a corner, and your turn the wheel, but the car goes straight. This is also known as pushing or plowing. In contrast oversteer is when you go into a corner, and the car turns more than you steer. This is also described as the rear end feeling like it is sliding out slightly. Too much oversteer and you will spin out in a corner. Too much understeer and the car will not turn through the corner, and go straight off the road.

Generally people prefer neutral handling or a slight amount of oversteer. With the choices in bar sizes and endlink settings, anyone can find the perfect match to their driving style.

Hollow vs. Solid
Given both are designed to produce the same rate or stiffness, they both do the same job. But in order to get a hollow bar to produce the same rate, a very large diameter is needed. And for those wanting something with a high rate or stiffness, you won't be able to find this in a hollow bar. Another benefit hollow bar makers try to sell is the weight. The difference in weight is very very small. To give an example, a rear WRX PERRIN sway bar weighs 10.8lbs. Even if you remove the entire bar, the savings isn't much. If weight is that critical, you can always remove your spare and save more weight. All PERRIN sway bars are made with solid 4140 Steel bar. This provides the best in both stiffness and durability, and creates a bar that will last forever.

Sway bar Settings
All PERRIN swaybars comes with multiple endlink connections. This allows the end user to customize the stiffness of the bar. All PERRIN swaybars come with at minimum 2 settings. These 2 settings can provide 3 actual different setting with crossing the endlink connections. Our 3 setting swaybars can provide 5 different setting by doing the same thing. Below are some basic calculations of % change from OEM to PERRIN 22mm and 25mm bars. The crossed endlink calculations are not mentioned below, but can be figured as they will fall in between the rates mentioned. The sway bar settings can allow for significant changes in sway bar functionality, with out having to go buy another size bar.

Included:
-PERRIN 25mm Rear Swaybar
-PERRIN Stout Mounts
-Energy Suspension Bushings and grease

Fits:
-Fits all Subaru Impreza 1993-2007 (with OEM RSB)
-May interfere with some non-PERRIN, non-OEM endlinks. Consult the installation instructions included with your kit.

Installation Instructions

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Perrin 25MM Rear Sway Bar Kit: all Subaru Impreza 1993-2007 (with OEM RSB)
Part #: PSP-SUS-203
The only way to make your car turn, stop or go is if the entire available tire patch is hitting the surface at hand. The factory included what many regard to be a whimsical attempt to increase cornering with puny sway bars on the front and rear. PERRINTM sees the need for far larger and stronger sway bars and now offers two choices for both ends of your car.

For street enthusiasts that simply want to attack the drive to work with more gusto, the 22mm (7/8") upgrade is the ideal choice. While dedicated track hounds will delight in the increased snap now available from our 25mm (1") offering. Each size and each end also incorporates 3 adjustment holes to help you custom tailor your suspension to your specific needs and driving habits. Made from solid steel and heavily powder coated to prevent the rigors of salty roads that wreck havoc with less worthy products. All kits include polyurethane pocketed bushings to prevent tedious re-greasing and all necessary hardware for a clean, and painless installation.

Stout Mounts
Any rear bar can be purchased with or without the added benefits of our Stout-MountTM system. This is another factory flaw. The Stout Mounts are a connection between the unibody and the rear sway bar. Subaru chose to use cheap stamped steel. While great to keep costs down it certainly won't help you go around that next bend in anything resembling a spirited fashion. Impreza owners can take full advantage of the 6061 billet aluminum mounts. These mounts are overbuilt to handle the added stiffness of upgraded swaybars. You will never have to worry about these failing!

Endlinks
Also any rear bar can be purchased with or with out our endlinks. PERRINTM recommends the use of upgraded endlinks to take full advantage of any swaybar upgrade. Endlinks are the connection between the sway bar and the suspension arms. Any upgrade to the sway bars are nearly lost if you chose to reuse the OEM endlinks. This connection between the sway bar and the suspension arm is crucial to proper operation. Some Subaru models use plastic (yes plastic) to make this connection. PERRINTM Endlink are made from 6061 billet aluminum and use spherical bearings. This provides a solid non-flexible connection from the sway bar to the control arms.

Stout Mount
Any rear bar can be purchased with or without the added benefits of our Stout-MountTM system. Another factory flaw is the connection between the unibody and the rear sway bar. Subaru chose to use cheap stamped steel. While great to keep costs down it certainly won't help you go around that next bend in anything resembling a spirited fashion. Impreza owners can take full advantage of the 6061 billet aluminum mounts, and Legacy owners get added reinforcement from cold rolled steel with a two stage silver powder coat for years of beauty and performance.

Endlinks
Also any rear bar can be purchased with or with out our endlinks. PERRINTM recommends the use of upgraded endlinks to take full advantage of any swaybar upgrade. Endlinks are the connection between the sway bar and the suspension arms. Any upgrade to the sway bars are nearly lost if you chose to reuse the OEM endlinks. This connection between the sway bar and the suspension arm is crucial to proper operation. Some Subaru models use plastic (yes plastic) to make this connection. PERRINTM Endlink are made from 6061 billet aluminum and use spherical bearings. This provides a solid non-flexible connection from the sway bar to the control arms.

Look under your WRX. Go ahead, we'll wait.... See that little sway bar down there? Replace it with a PERRIN Performance sway bar and we promise better cornering, reduced body role and greater control over your suspension. PERRIN PerformanceTM Sway Bars are bigger in diameter and come with multiple end-link attachments, giving you 5 possible configurations.

How does a sway bar work?
First understand that a tire has flat contact patch. If the contact patch is not parallel to the ground, the contact patch gets smaller. In turn traction is lost. As the car makes its way through a turn, the weight of the car, causes the car to lean. As the car leans, the design of the suspension geometry makes the tires contact patch become unparallel to the ground. In turn losing traction.

Suspension designers used camber to help counteract this, along with unequal control arms. But a large part of keeping the tire parallel to the ground during cornering is controlling how much the car leans. This is where sway bars come into play. During cornering the sway bar acts to keep the chassis from leaning. In turn this helps keep the tires parallel to the ground. Stiffening up the springs on the car does the same thing, but in turn makes the ride much harsher. Sway bars are like stiff springs but only become effective while cornering.

Swaybars connect both left and right control arms with a torsion bar. As the control arms move up and down together, the bar moves with them. During this state the sway bar has no effect. Only when the control arms move in opposite directions does the sway bar come into play. During a corner, the outside arm moves up and the inside arm moves down, in turn causing the sway bar to twist. The opposing directions of the arms are counteracted by the sway bar and the sway bar tries to keep the arms from moving in opposite directions. In turn keeps the car from leaning less, and give you more traction!

Why do I want this?
That is easy to keep the contact patch as flat to the ground as possible! Both front and rear sway bars do different things to cars. Both front and rear sway bars increase traction to the outside tire (the one with the most load), but a balance of front to rear can change how the car handles.

All cars are designed to have a slight amount of understeer. This is done for safety reasons. Understeer is the effect when you go into a corner, and your turn the wheel, but the car goes straight. This is also known as pushing or plowing. In contrast Oversteer is when you go into a corner, and the car turns more than you steer. This is also described as the rear end feeling like it is sliding out slightly. Too much oversteer and you will spin out in a corner. Too much understeer and the car will not turn through the corner, and go straight off the road.

Generally people prefer neutral handling or a slight amount of oversteer. With the choices in bar sizes and endlink settings, anyone can find the perfect match to their driving style.

Hollow vs. Solid
Given both are designed to produce the same rate or stiffness, they both do the same job. But in order to get a hollow bar to produce the same rate, a very large diameter is needed. And for those wanting something with a high rate or stiffness, you won't be able to find this in a hollow bar. Another benefit hollow bar makers try to sell is the weight. The difference in weight is very very small. To give an example, a rear WRX PERRIN sway bar weighs 10.8lbs. Even if you remove the entire bar, the savings isn't much. If weight is that critical, you can always remove your spare and save more weight. All PERRIN sway bars are made with solid 4140 Steel bar. This provides the best in both stiffness and durability, and creates a bar that will last forever.

Sway bar Settings
All PERRIN swaybars comes with multiple endlink connections. This allows the end user to customize the stiffness of the bar. All PERRIN swaybars come with at minimum 2 settings. These 2 settings can provide 3 actual different setting with crossing the endlink connections. Our 3 setting swaybars can provide 5 different setting by doing the same thing. Below are some basic calculations of % change from OEM to PERRIN 22mm and 25mm bars. The crossed endlink calculations are not mentioned below, but can be figured as they will fall in between the rates mentioned. The sway bar settings can allow for significant changes in sway bar functionality, with out having to go buy another size bar.


Bushings
All PERRIN swaybars use custom made polyurethane bushings. We went direct to the experts on this and that is why you will find 100% genuine Energy Suspension bushings. All of our bushings use a high durometer (really stiff) urethane to ensure the most from your sway bar. A common problem with urethane bushings is the squeak really bad when the grease dries up. PERRIN performance has custom internal spiral cores for each bushing. This allows the grease to stay in the bushings, and constantly lube the sway bar. In turn this makes for longer service intervals compared to traditional smooth bushings. This is a small detail that other sway bar manufactures don't offer!

Fits all Subaru Impreza 1993-2007 (with OEM RSB) May interfere with some non-PERRIN, non-OEM endlinks. See customer service for more details, or consult the installation instructions included with your kit.

Installation Instructions


Our price: $278.99
Quantity
Perrin 25MM Rear Sway Bar STI 02-07
Part #: PSP-SUS-208
The only way to make your car turn, stop or go is if the entire available tire patch is hitting the surface at hand. The factory included what many regard to be a whimsical attempt to increase cornering with puny sway bars on the front and rear. PERRINTM sees the need for far larger and stronger sway bars and now offers two choices for both ends of your car.

For street enthusiasts that simply want to attack the drive to work with more gusto, the 22mm (7/8") upgrade is the ideal choice. While dedicated track hounds will delight in the increased snap now available from our 25mm (1") offering. Each size and each end also incorporates 2 adjustment holes to help you custom tailor your suspension to your specific needs and driving habits. Made from solid steel and heavily powder coated to prevent the rigors of salty roads that wreck havoc with less worthy products. All kits include polyurethane pocketed bushings to prevent tedious re-greasing and all necessary hardware for a clean, and painless installation.

Stout Mounts
Any rear bar can be purchased with or without the added benefits of our Stout-MountTM system. This is another factory flaw. The Stout Mounts are a connection between the unibody and the rear sway bar. Subaru chose to use cheap stamped steel. While great to keep costs down it certainly won't help you go around that next bend in anything resembling a spirited fashion. Impreza owners can take full advantage of the 6061 billet aluminum mounts. These mounts are overbuilt to handle the added stiffness of upgraded swaybars. You will never have to worry about these failing!

Endlinks
Also any rear bar can be purchased with or with out our endlinks. PERRINTM recommends the use of upgraded endlinks to take full advantage of any swaybar upgrade. Endlinks are the connection between the sway bar and the suspension arms. Some Subaru models use plastic (yes plastic) to make this connection, where as the Legacy uses a solid type connection. So why replace it? The OEM steel endlinks are designed to hold up under the stresses of the OEM bar, not upgraded swaybars. Replacing these with PERRIN solid enlinks will add to the durability and save you some weight at the same time. PERRINTM Endlinks are made from 6061 billet aluminum and use spherical bearings. This provides a solid non-flexible connection from the sway bar to the control arms.

Look under your STI. Go ahead, we'll wait.... See that little sway bar down there? Replace it with a PERRIN Performance sway bar and we promise better cornering, reduced body role and greater control over your suspension. PERRIN PerformanceTM Sway Bars are bigger in diameter and come with multiple end-link attachments, giving you 3 possible configurations.

How does a sway bar work?
First understand that a tire has flat contact patch. If the contact patch is not parallel to the ground, the contact patch gets smaller. In turn traction is lost. As the car makes its way through a turn, the weight of the car, causes the car to lean. As the car leans, the design of the suspension geometry makes the tires contact patch become unparallel to the ground. In turn loosing traction.

Suspension designers used camber to help counteract this, along with unequal control arms. But a large part of keeping the tire parallel to the ground during cornering is controlling how much the car leans. This is where sway bars come into play. During cornering the sway bar acts to keep the chassis from leaning. In turn this helps keep the tires parallel to the ground. Stiffening up the springs on the car does the same thing, but in turn makes the ride much harsher. Sway bars are like stiff springs but only become effective while cornering.

Swaybars connect both left and right control arms with a torsion bar. As the control arms move up and down together, the bar moves with them. During this state the sway bar has no effect. Only when the control arms move in opposite directions does the sway bar come into play. During a corner, the outside arm moves up and the inside arm moves down, in turn causing the sway bar to twist. The opposing directions of the arms are counteracted by the sway bar and the sway bar tries to keep the arms from moving in opposite directions. In turn keeps the car from leaning less, and give you more traction!

Why do I want this?
That is easy to keep the contact patch as flat to the ground as possible! Both front and rear sway bars do different things to cars. Both front and rear sway bars increase traction to the outside tire (the one with the most load), but a balance of front to rear can change how the car handles.

All cars are designed to have a slight amount of understeer. This is done for safety reasons. Understeer is the effect when you go into a corner, and your turn the wheel, but the car goes straight. This is also known as pushing or plowing. In contrast oversteer is when you go into a corner, and the car turns more than you steer. This is also described as the rear end feeling like it is sliding out slightly. Too much oversteer and you will spin out in a corner. Too much understeer and the car will not turn through the corner, and go straight off the road.

Generally people prefer neutral handling or a slight amount of oversteer. With the choices in bar sizes and endlink settings, anyone can find the perfect match to their driving style.

Hollow vs. Solid
Given both are designed to produce the same rate or stiffness, they both do the same job. But in order to get a hollow bar to produce the same rate, a very large diameter is needed. And for those wanting something with a high rate or stiffness, you won't be able to find this in a hollow bar. Another benefit hollow bar makers try to sell is the weight. The difference in weight is very very small. To give an example, a rear WRX PERRIN sway bar weighs 10.8lbs. Even if you remove the entire bar, the savings isn't much. If weight is that critical, you can always remove your spare and save more weight. All PERRIN sway bars are made with solid 4140 Steel bar. This provides the best in both stiffness and durability, and creates a bar that will last forever.

Sway bar Settings
All PERRIN swaybars comes with multiple endlink connections. This allows the end user to customize the stiffness of the bar. All PERRIN swaybars come with at minimum 2 settings. These 2 settings can provide 3 actual different setting with crossing the endlink connections. Our 3 setting swaybars can provide 5 different setting by doing the same thing. Below are some basic calculations of % change from OEM to PERRIN 22mm and 25mm bars. The crossed endlink calculations are not mentioned below, but can be figured as they will fall in between the rates mentioned. The sway bar settings can allow for significant changes in sway bar functionality, with out having to go buy another size bar.

Bushings
All PERRIN swaybars use custom made polyurethane bushings. We went direct to the experts on this and that is why you will find 100% genuine Energy Suspension bushings. All of our bushings use a high durometer (really stiff) urethane to ensure the most from your sway bar. A common problem with urethane bushings is the squeak really bad when the grease dries up. PERRIN performance has custom internal spiral cores for each bushing. This allows the grease to stay in the bushings, and constantly lube the sway bar. In turn this makes for longer service intervals compared to traditional smooth bushings. This is a small detail that other sway bar manufactures don't offer!

Included:
-PERRIN 25mm Rear Swaybar
-Energy Suspension Bushings and grease

Installation Instructions

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Perrin 25mm Rear Swaybar Kit - Subaru BRZ/Scion FR-S/STI 08-11/Forester XT 09+
Part #: PSP-SUS-234

The only way to make your car turn, stop or go is if the entire available tire patch is hitting the surface at hand. The factory included what many regard to be a whimsical attempt to increase cornering with puny sway bars on the front and rear. PERRIN sees the need for far larger and stronger sway bars and now offers two choices for both ends of your car.

For street enthusiasts that simply want to attack the drive to work with more gusto, the 22mm (7/8) upgrade is the ideal choice. While dedicated track hounds will delight in the increased snap now available from our 25mm (1) offering.

Each size and each end also incorporates 2 adjustment holes to help you custom tailor your suspension to your specific needs and driving habits. Made from solid steel and heavily powder coated to prevent the rigors of salty roads that wreck havoc with less worthy products.

Choose a Swaybar Kit and you will receive the ultimate in performance.

All kits include polyurethane pocketed bushings to prevent tedious re-greasing and all necessary hardware for a clean, and painless installation.


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