Eibach 4051.312 Anti-Roll-Kit Performance Sway Bars - REAR ANTI-ROLL Kit (Rear Sway Bar Only) for a 2001-2005 Honda Civic Excludes Si.
|Eibach 4051.312 Rear Anti-Roll Kit, Rear Sway Bar Only, Civic
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|Eibach ANTI-ROLL Rear Sway Bar Kit 16mm for 2001-05 HONDA Civic
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|Eibach 4051.312 Sway Bar, Red, Steel, Rear, Solid, 16mm Diameter, Kit
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|Eibach Anti Roll Bars
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|Suspension Stabilizer Bar Assembly-ABR Eibach 4051.312 fits 01-05 Honda Civic
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|Eibach 4051.312 - Rear Anti-Roll Bar for Civic *New*
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|Eibach 4051.312 - Rear Anti-Roll Bar for Civic - New
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|Eibach 4051.312 ANTI-ROLL Single Sway Bar Kit (Rear Sway Bar Only)
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|Eibach 4051.312 Anti-Roll-Kit Rear Performance Sway Bar Kit
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Eibach 4051.312 Fitment:
|2001 - 2002||Honda||Civic||Excludes Si||Rear: 16mm; Fits EX models. HX / LX / DX & GX models require OEM EX model trailing arm / end links / bushing brackets and bolts for installation of rear bar.|
|2003 - 2005||Honda||Civic||Excludes Si||Rear: 16mm; Fits EX models. HX / LX / DX & GX models require OEM EX model trailing arm / end links / bushing brackets and bolts for installation of rear bar.|
Complete your suspension upgrade with an Eibach ANTI-ROLL-KIT. While our PRO-KIT and SPORTLINE spring sets are regarded as the primary suspension enhancement components, the Eibach ANTI-ROLL-KIT allows critical fine-tuning of your car’s handling characteristics.
Our ANTI-ROLL-KITs reduce body roll through increased design stiffness over stock bars. The result: increased handling and cornering grip in any performance-driving situation.
Manufactured from cold-formed steel alloy for precision performance, and finished with a longlasting red powder coat finish, the ANTI-ROLL-KIT comes complete with all mounting hardware.
- Reduction of body roll when driving in curves and during fast changes of direction
- Unimpaired spring comfort at bilateral spring deflection
- Decreasing the load difference between the wheels inside and outside the curve
- Impacting the under- or over-steering tendency positively (auto-steering behavior)