Good-Win Racing Mazda Performance Parts

Agency Power Sway Bar Links- Rear

2004-2011

RX8 2004-2011 · Suspension


Part Number: 61-1017

Application: 2004-2011

Price: $132.00

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Agency Power Sway Bar Links- Rear
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Agency Power has heavy-duty rear sway bar links available for the 2003 and up Mazda RX8. These sway bar links fit with the OEM and all aftermarket sway bars available for the RX8.

What are sway bar links? Sway bar links replace your factory urethane or thin metal links, which connect the sway bar to the cars chassis. Weak factory end links mean flex in suspension components and loss in handling.

Why use Agency Power end links? Reducing suspension flex means improved handling. The factory end links are sufficient for the factory car. However, vehicles with more power, more handling needs, and more aggressive drivers are recommended to switch the end links. They fit the stock or aftermarket sway bars to reinforce and strengthen the suspension setup. Providing a rigid and improved feel.

These CNC machined end links are anodized in Agency Power Speed Red. They utilize a spherical bearing for best handling and reduced wear compared to urethane applications. Also included are full stainless steel metric hardware for easy installation and longevity. The sway bar links are engraved with the AP logo.

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