Whiteline Front and Rear Sway Bar Kit for all 2015, 2016 and 2017 Mustangs.
With the new 2015-2017 Mustang the original suspension is great for everyday driving, but if you’re more into the performance aspect of a vehicle you might want to consider purchasing this Front and Rear Sway Bar Kit from Whiteline. This Whiteline Front and Rear Sway Bar Kit is designed to replace your original sway bars and replace them with performance adjustable upgrades. The adjustable front and rear sway bars feature three different positions, making them ideal for owners that like to test the suspension performance of their 2015-2017 Mustang.
- Hollow Adjustable 35mm Front Sway Bar
- Hollow Adjustable 25mm Rear Sway Bar
- Heavy Duty Adjustable Sway Bar End Links
- Front and Rear Sway Bar Mounts
- Elastomer Bushings
- Lateral Locks
When it comes to this Front and Rear Sway Bar Kit Whiteline really steps outside the box with their hollow sway bars. One of the biggest benefits with the hollow sway bars is its weight reduction over other sway bars in the performance market. This kit also provides adjustable front and rear end links, this helps finely tune the suspension after you find the perfect sway bar position.
- Lighter than Other Sway Bars in the Market
- Fully Adjustable
- Heavy Duty Adjustable End Links
- Eliminates Understeer
- Stiffer While Cornering
- Ideal for Street and Track Use
Whiteline includes heavy duty front and rear Sway Bar Mounts with Elastomer Bushings. The Elastomer Bushings feature a quality ride while cruising the streets and when performance driving during accelerating and heavy braking. Since these sway bars are for performance driving Lateral Locks are included, this eliminates lateral movement when driving your S550 hard in the corners and reduces body roll.
One of the trademarks of the Whiteline team is the passion and qualifications of their engineering team. Each Whiteline team member is a dedicated enthusiast who undergoes training in the company's products and philosophy. Whiteline relies on comprehensive testing, along with methods of data logging in order to guarantee every product works to specification. Therefore, Whiteline can say that they have the products and practical experience to maximize the potential of every vehicle, no matter what its purpose.
Purchase a new Whiteline Front and Rear Sway Bar Kit for your 2015, 2016 or 2017 Mustang from CJ Pony Parts today!
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How do the Roush coilover kit and these sway bars compliment each other? Have a roush coilover kit on my 2015 GT. Was wondering what the best sway bars are to pair with that kit.
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In the case of our 2015 Mustang GT behind us, it already has a set of coil lowers installed on it with some caster camber plates. Today we're taking the suspension up a notch by installing some adjustable sway bars from Whiteline.
A good set of sway bards like this kit from Whiteline is going to give the car a stiffer feel. It's going to create understeer. It will also get rid of a lot of body roll. This kit's going to fit all 2015 through 2017 Mustangs. It features a 35 mm front bar and a 25 mm rear bar. The nice thing about the Whiteline bars, we know a lot of people are worried about weight. These are going to be hollow bars and will be lighter than your typical solid bar. The front and rear are adjustable on the bar as well as including adjustable end links, making a lot more adjustability than your standard sway bar.
In addition to the adjustable cars and adjustable end links in the kit, Whiteline provides all new bushings and mounts and these lateral locks to keep the bar from sliding side to side. For this installation, we need a lift or a jack and jack stands, 1/4 inch ratchet, 8 mm socket, short extension, 3/8 ratchet, 10 mm socket, 13 mm socket, 5/32 Allen key, 6 mm Allen key, 12 inch extension, 1/2 inch ratchet, 18 mm socket, several extensions totaling roughly 18 inches, 14 mm wrench, a pair of 17 mm wrenches or a 17 end adjustable, an 18 mm wrench, a pair of 19 mm wrenches or a 19 end adjustable.
We'll begin the installation by getting the car off the ground and remove all 4 wheels. We then will separate the end links in the front from the struts. We'll do the same thing on the other side. Next we have to work on the bolts that hold the factory mounts on the car for the sway, but to get to those, we have to remove our air box. Everyone is going to have a different air box on the car, but the installation will be basically the same though. Just remove the box and the tubing to give yourself room to get to those bolts.
To get the brackets off the frame, there's 2 bolts, one here and one further back. The one in the front now we can get from up here. The further back one, though, we'll have to get from the wheel well because the alternator is in the way. Unlike the driver's side, the passenger side we can get to both from the top. The other bolt is the hardest one to get to. It is in here and basically you lift this flap up and you can see it right from back here. You'll have to put a wrench on it from the side and take it off that way.
Now comes the fun part, and by fun I mean the hardest part of doing the front sway bay is getting the factory sway bar off. Basically what you're going to do is get some help to make it a lot easier. You can fish the bar over towards the driver's side and down and out of the way by bringing it back behind the strut. Give yourself a little more room. You can pop the end link off the other side. It will help. It's not necessary but it makes it easier. You do want a second set of hands for this part, because it is kind of frustrating to get the bar over and out of the way.
We're ready to prep the front sway bar for installation. The first thing you want to do is install the bushings on the bar. These bushings are actually very unique. For starters, Whiteline uses a synthetic elastomer bushings which can be very strong and also very quiet. The inside of these, though, has a PTFE coating. What that means is a very low coefficient of friction in here. You will not have to grease these. You install them as is and put them on the car.
What we're going to do now is just put the bushings on the bar. We're not going to put the brackets on now because it's actually a little bit easier to put them on from the top once we have the new sway bar in the car. It's real easy. They're split on the side. Open them up. Put them over the bar. Again, no grease required inside or out. Put them on. They're ready to install.
We're ready to put our Whiteline bar on the car. Before you do it, make sure you put it on the right direction. You don't want to take the time to fish this through and have it upside down. You want to make sure the ends are pointing up and then inward. Sway bar is in place. Now we can put the sway bar brackets up into place. Now we can start hand tightening the hardware. I'll tell you, make sure you do get these threaded and straight. They are easy to cross thread and difficult to repair if you do. Make sure you get all four in hand tight before you try to tighten anything down.
Now we're going to set up our adjustable sway bar and links. With our sway bar, there are 3 settings. There is a tight, a loose, and a middle-of-the-road setting. We're going to go with the middle. Same thing with the adjustable end links. For now we're going to go with the stock length, and then can adjust later depending on how we use the car. To adjust this, we're simply going to turn it and you'll see it extends. This allows you to adjust on the car as well, so once they're on, you don't have to take them off again to adjust them. Okay, once that looks, move the lock nuts up into place and tighten them down. Okay, do the same with the other one, and they're ready to go on the car. You first want to connect the end link, and then we're using the middle hole, lift the bar up, hook it through the strut as well. We're going to repeat the process on the other side and move on to the rear sway bar.
Moving on to the rear now, we're going to start now by moving the brackets on the control arm side. We do it through the bracket up here because the brake line is attached to it. What I'm going to do here is remove this bolt, so I remove just the brake bracket from the bracket that is mounted to our end link. This will make it a lot easier and will give us more room to actually take this part off the car. Do the same thing on the other side. With the end links disconnected from the control arm now, we can remove the sway bar from the car. There are 2 brackets, one on either side of the frame here, 2 bolts, remove each of these on both sides, and we can remove the sway bar. Now we can carefully fish the bar over and off the car. You're going to remove the end links completely. We do want to get this bracket off the factory piece.
The bushings for the rear sway bar are elastic, so they don't have that coating. They will require grease when installing them. Include the grease. Simply open the bushing up and put some inside, and we'll spin it on the bar to move it around. We'll put the bracket on. No grease needs to be on the outside, just the inside, and the same thing on the other side. It's ready to go on the car.
I'll put our new bar up into place. Just like on the front, we're going to open up our rear end links and make them the same length as the factory ones. Grab a wrench and tighten down the lock nut. You can install the end link once it is tightened down. Before you install the nut for the top of the end link, you have to install the bracket that holds he brae cable. The problem is, this has a curve here. This edge is designed to fit on top of the factory piece. If you have an adjustable bar, that's not going to work anymore. What you want to do, just cut that off. Once you cut that smooth, you put this in different locations, anywhere on the bar, and they'll still hold the brake line. First we'll put our bracket on, the washer, and then the nut, and tighten it down. You want to repeat the process on the other side, reinstall your air box, your wheels and tires, and your installation is finished.
These might be overkill. You really don't need to install them, but if you want a little bit extra protection, lateral locks simply slide over the bar. Just leave a real small gap between the bushing and this and tighten it down. This will strip easily, so you don't have to overtighten it.
The Whiteline sway bar kit is without a doubt the most adjustable sway bar kit we offer for the S550 chassis. If you're looking for something you really dial in, it's going to be a perfect choice. Also, they are much larger than the factor bars, but they are about a pound lighter, so you're not adding any weight either. Installation should take you between 3 to 4 hours and you'll be back on the road in no time.