ANTI-ROLL-KIT Front and Rear
2018-2023 Kia Stinger GT 3.3L RWD

Part #: E40-46-035-01-11
Front & Rear Sway Bar Kits
25mm Front | 19mm Rear

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Eibach's ANTI-ROLL-KIT increases stability, reduces body roll, and increases grip resulting in improved vehicle dynamics and performance.
  • Performance Tuned Handling.
  • Further Reduce Body Roll.
  • Precision Engineered for PRO-KIT & SPORTLINE Performance Lowering Spring Kits.
  • Million-Mile Warranty

Note: Front Sway Bar is Tubular and 2 Way-Adjustable/

Note: We do not guarantee fitment, height or warranties on unlisted applications.


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Eibach's Limited Lifetime Warranty covers products against factory defects in material and workmanship, other than coatings, when used on passenger cars and light duty (class 1-3) trucks under normal use and operating conditions.

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Average Customer Rating

Great handling improvement

Shipping was fast. I wanted to wait to write a review until I had driven the car for a few weeks. These definitely improve the handling of the car. Steering is more direct. The car doesn't lean as much into the turns. I would recommend this product. It's how the car should have felt from the factory. The ride is just slightly firmer (as I expected) but nothing that you'll notice after a few weeks. The install instructions are very well done. Front bar install is very straight forward. It takes about 45min-1hr. Rear not so much. About 3hours due to the drivers side. The only reason I deducted 1 star is for the attachment bracket design. Due to the design of the rear bracket it's very difficult to get a ratchet onto the nut/bolts on the rear drivers side. A torque wrench is impossible. In the stinger community it's well known that the drivers side OEM attachment point is a very tight space to work in. The bolts sit just behind the fuel lines which leaves very very little space to work. Due to the angled (triangle) side profile design of the Eibach bracket, you can't see the bolt and the high side wall of the bracket prevents getting a deep socket on the bolt during installation. You can only get a a shallow socket into the space and that keeps slipping off when you ratchet, because the ratchet hits the angled wall of the bracket lifting the socket off the bolt. I'm sure there's a reason they designed it the way they did, but for the stinger install it's very impractical. Engineering vs real world application I guess. Rear passenger side install was easy because there's much more space to work. No bracket issues. Once again. These bars are awesome and I appreciate the improved handling. Installation could be better.