I'm not 100% on the part number, I ordered from Albert Hwang on Facebook. He's shipping it from Seoul but he said it'll only take a couple days to arrive.Is it the same part number listed few posts up by mone? Where did you order from?
You're right, I updated my post.I assume you mean the Veloster N bar. N-Line would be the GT N-Line bar which is 17mm. Simple mistake but could lead to misinformation.
It's not a huge difference but in faster corners you can definitely feel the rear staying flatter. I wouldn't say it handles a lot differently other than the car being more stable. For $150 it's a decent upgrade, just don't expect it to be night and day, it's a more subtle upgrade.Could you give us a review, impressions, fitment comments?
The stock ones would be too small. I would just buy some from a dealership or online. Link below says "without Veloster N" but that's a typo.Found someone in SoCal selling a VN sway bar, doesn't have the bushings...would that be an issue to reuse existing ones or buy aftermarket?
Upgraded to a new sway bar and mid-pipe so I am selling the OEM parts. 10,000 miles on each part. For the mid-pipe picture, the item on the right is the item for sale. - Mid-pipe - $300 - Rear Sway...sandiego.craigslist.org
Actually as I think about it, the bushings are there on the bar. I've entered 55510 K9000 and many dealers now list the bar as 55510 K9200. Was there a change?The stock ones would be too small. I would just buy some from a dealership or online. Link below says "without Veloster N" but that's a typo.