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Whiteline ALK - Race

Whiteline ALK - Race

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Whiteline ALK - Race
Complete control arm mount with race stiffness bushing


The Whiteline Anti-Lift Kit replaces the mount and bushing at the rear of the front control arms and makes three very important changes to the front suspension.

Firstly, the urethane bushing in the mount, available in three variants, is much stiffer than the stock part. This means there will be less movement of the bushing under load, which keeps the wheel in better alignment and improves turn-in and braking response.

Secondly, the mount moves the bushing outward, which moves the ball joint forward to increase positive caster, which is always a good thing. More positive caster means better camber gain while cornering, more front end grip, and better steering feel.

Third, and most importantly, the mount moves the pivot point of the rear control arm downward. This is what changes the Anti-Lift characteristics and is where the part gets it's name. While the part is known as an anti-lift kit, it does not reduce front end lift. It actually removes all of the anti-geometry from the suspension, which will increase the amount of lift and dive while accelerating and braking. This, in effect makes the front suspension softer to improve grip

The biggest thing you'll notice after installing a Whiteline ALK is greatly increased front end traction while accelerating out of a corner and less understeer.

Motorsport version which uses very stiff urethane to minimize deflection, and is about the stiffest part short of a spherical bearing. Extra NVH will be experienced and we do not recommend this part for a street car.

This kit includes spacers and hardware to lower the u-brace under the front end of 02-07 Imprezas. If you have removed the brace, KCA319M will work instead and is less expensive.

Impreza 2002-2007

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Additional Information

Manufacturer Whiteline
Part # KCA359M
Made in
MSRP $310.29

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