The CorkSport sway bar bracket and bushings are lifetime tough and look great. You no longer have to deal with fatiguing and breaking from gold zinc-plated, steel brackets, which are commonly found in upgraded sway bar kits.
Our replacement brackets for Mazda 3s and Mazdaspeed 3s hold your upgraded sway bar securely, so you can get everything out of your car without worry. Improve your handling today.
The CorkSport Advantage
Brackets: Machined from 6061-T6 aluminum, these brackets are durable and look sharp with an anodized black finish.
Bushings: Engineered for a perfect fit and made from 90a durometer polyurethane, our bushings are the last you will need. Once installed, the reduced bar movement gives you extra confidence when taking corners.
Compatibility: CorkSport’s swaybar brackets and bushings are designed to fit most makes and models of Mazda and Mazdaspeed 3s, except the 2010-2013 Mazdaspeed 3 front swaybar.
Made in the USA: Engineered and manufactured by CorkSport in Vancouver, Washington.
Specific Fit: Design for the Mazdaspeed and Mazda 3.
CorkSport service and support: Includes a 2-year limited warranty, full color installation instructions, and all necessary parts. We provide knowledgeable telephone support at 360-260-2675.
How To Install Sway Bar Brackets
It will take you 30-60 minutes to install your brackets and bushings with our instructions.
I assumed my brackets from C*bb were tough enough as they come reinforced at the normal breakage point unlike the cheap brackets from other brands. Unfortunately they broke just like all the others given enough abusive cornering.
I've given these aluminum units serious punishment on mountain back roads and on the track. No deflection, no movement, no clunking, and best of all, no breakage! I'm getting a second set to put on the front!
Hey I have an 05 rx8 with a 28mm sway bar. I saw that this product will fit on most Mazdas with either a 25mm or 28mm sway bar. I would just like to know if it will fit on my rx8. Any advice would be great. Thanks, much appreciated.
The brackets don't seem to be broken but there's a clanking from the rear when I go over bumps. Been under the car and links and bushings seem tight etc...I'm a bit confounded lol. Trunk items are all locked down (spare and jack) too...I am at a total loss as to what it is.
Answered by Chris | 06/15/2015, 05:23 PM
What model of Mazda do you have?
Answered by CorkSport | 06/16/2015, 06:01 AM
2010 Mazdaspeed 3 (Tech)
Answered by Chris | 06/16/2015, 03:58 PM
I would pull the end links and check for play in them. If they are loaded ie the bar is pulling on them you might not be able to feel it.
Answered by CorkSport | 06/16/2015, 04:07 PM
Awesome thanks very much! Hoping it is my RSB bushings...gives me another reason to just get Corksport's RSB!
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