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4.5 out of 5.0
4.0 out of 5.0
Improved performance - hope they last longer than the last set.
By Andy on 8/27/2011
I've had the front and rear Hotchkis end links on my 2003 RSX-S for the last three years. I had problems with rear end links rattling about a half year ago. I had a spare set that I used to replace them. While installing Koni struts, I noticed that the fronts were sloppy and replaced them with the stock end links. Big mistake! I searched for another replacement and didn't want heim type end links that performed great but rattled after one year, so Hotchkis was it. The pictures ClubRSX has are the old ones with grease fittings. I thought that would be a good improvement. I was not sent those end links and later found out that Hotchkis doesn't make that type anymore, but they still have that old picture on their web site. I hope these replacement last longer than the last ones. Maybe I won't have to worry about it if I don't have my car another three years. Bottom line is that the end links do improve performance over the stock end links. The combination of thicker front and rear bars, the new Konis front and rear and the new end links front and rear make the car handle much like my wife's Mini.
5.0 out of 5.0
End Links/ hotchkis
By charlie on 9/13/2008
bought f/ r sway bars (progress) from club rsx and wanted to upgrade to hotchkis end links so my stock end links wont break or crack. hotchkis makes great products. this is a must with sway bars. I wanted my set-up done right so no problems in the future. Club rsx helped me with questions i had and I purchased these in conjunction with my springs,sways,koni yellows, and tower and rear strut bars. thanks club rsx!