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2018+ Mazda 6 Rear Adjustable Sway Bar

Price: $249.99
Price in points: What are Points?250 points
Includes the billet CNC aluminum swaybar brackets.
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Remove the tendency to overpower the front tires under hard cornering and minimize traction robbing body lean with the CorkSport Mazda 6 Rear Adjustable Sway Bar. Compressing inside suspension, the Mazda 6 Rear Sway Bar effectively increases the spring rate on side of the suspension which is compressed most and its adjustability allows you to fine tune the handling. Each Mazda6 sway bar includes machined 6061-T6 aluminum sway bar brackets which are more durable than the stamped steel design common with other sway bars and look sharp with an anodized black finish.

The CorkSport Advantage

adjustable sway bar design


Two end link attachment points to change the sway bar from 130% to 220% stiffer than stock.


Single Piece:

A single piece is used to create the rear sway bar which adds strength by removing weak points such as welds.

Skyactiv turbo Mazda 6 sway bar brackets

Billet Sway bar Brackets:

Superior bracket design with grease fittings for easy servicing with 90a durometer polyurethane, our brackets and bushings are the last you will need. Once installed, the reduced bar movement gives you extra confidence when taking corners.

The CorkSport Advantage

  • Extra Value: Includes Billet Sway bar brackets, at $79.99 value.
  • One piece design: CNC bent for precise fit and made from 25mm 4130 Steel.
  • Adjustable: Two adjustable locations for the end links to install allowing you to change how much the bar uses the other side of the suspension. 130%/220% stiffer than stock on the Mazda 6.
  • Made in the USA: Engineered and manufactured by CorkSport in Vancouver, Washington.
  • Durable blue powder coated finish: can survive the winter driving in areas where roads are salted for snow and ice.
  • CorkSport Service and Support: Receive a two-year limited warranty, full-color installation instructions, all of the needed installation hardware, and knowledgeable telephone support.

How To Install Mazda 6 Rear Adjustable Sway Bar

It will take you 1 hour to install the Mazda 6 Rear Adjustable Sway Bar with our step by step instructions.

1 Hour Install Time

1 Hour Install Time

Difficulty: 2/5

2/5 Difficulty

2-Year Warranty

2-Year Warranty



Step by step installation instructions for Rear Adjustable Sway Bar

The Sway bar is substantially thicker and better quality than the OEM version.
Like another reviewer I ordered the Whiteline Adjustable endlinks part number KLC174 as a precaution given the OEM endlinks can be an issue to remove and re-install. The new endlinks HOWEVER kept hitting the subframe on both settings. IF i was going to lower the car it appears this would not be an issue. But this is my daily driver both summer and winter so i need the clearance in the winter. End of story i had to purchase new, longer endlinks. Extra expenses minus 2 stars.
Great it work as it should. Worth the buy.
Excellent rear sway bar made by the Corksport team. Very happy with it's handling improvement. However, to anyone who buys this I strongly recommend you obtain the Whiteline Adjustable Endlinks to properly equip and tune the rear sway bar for maximum benefit. The Whiteline Rear Endlinks is part number KLC174. I only recommend this in addition since Corksport doesn't supply adjustable endlinks yet. If Corksport makes some in the future for this rear sway bar, consider those instead! But the Whiteline will do just perfectly for now.

The stock OEM endlinks are prone to rusting and will not be able to properly zero pre-load the vehicle. If you mount them to the stiffest setting, they will rust and fuse with the bar, making it an absolute chore to remove without a good impact wrench.

All in all, an excellent rear sway bar! Just don't cut corners by sticking with the stock endlinks and properly set the vehicle for zero preload. It makes a major difference.
Amazing, put it on the soft setting and Im taking corners so much better. Especially on/off ramps for the highway. Very satisfied with it!
Did this at the same time as Michelin Pilot Sport 4S and Volk G37s, and Corksport lowering springs so it is hard to judge what did what as far as handling, but I am now keeping up with built Speed3s and Miatas on a race track. Pretty impressive.
firms the steering & handling up, very nicely.
Definitely a noticeable difference in understeer. Thumbs up!
I’ve been driving with this set at 130% for 1 week and my 2016 Atenza now handles like a sports saloon . The combination of this rear sway bar and the front strut brace has made a significant improvement to the handling of this car.
For anyone considering handling improvements, just buy these 2 together.
Well done Corksport on another high quality excellent performance part.
I have had this sway bar installed on my 2015 6 for a few days now and I am mighty impressed with how much it has improved the handling. I took a ride through the twisting mountain pass and had zero understeer taking the curves at 70 mph and up. The car was so well planted and help the road like a dream.
I have had this installed on my 2016 Mazda 3 sedan for about 2 months and took it for one autocross event. First time that I installed it, it was awesome! No issues whatsoever. But recently it made a rather harsh "thudding" noise/sound when going up a driveway, pothole or when making a sharp right turn. When I jacked up the car, I did notice that the collars moved OR the sway bar itself was moving around. (Not sure which one). I tighten everything down and moved the collar flushed to the sway bar bushings and brackets as it supposed to be. But the thudding noise was still there. The installation of the sways was a bit difficult for the 2014+ Mazda 3 sedan because of its location. There were a lot of parts that had to be removed (such as wheels, control arms, springs, etc.) in order to install the sways, and as a result, more things that can possibly causing this noise issue. I highly recommend this product because it is great! But I wish the installation was not quite as difficult as it was for me. In addition, the provided installation manual did not provide information on how to properly adjust the collars and to what torque specifications the end links should be. This might also be the cause for the noise issue that I am having. Possibly from an end link binding issue.
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