Whiteline 27mm 2-Way Adjustable Front Sway Bar | 2016+ Honda Civic (BHF97Z)

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Front Sway Bar Kit for 10th Gen Civics by Whiteline

Engineered to Activate More Grip, sway bars are principally designed to reduce body roll or sway. By reducing body roll, lateral loads are spread more evenly across the tires thereby increasing cornering grip and improving outright performance. This Whiteline Sway Bar = more grip = better handling = outright performance - its the best dollar for dollar handling improvement you can make to your vehicle. In fact, benefits extend to improvements in handling, safety and tire wear without affecting ride quality or comfort.


  • Solid spring steel material
  • 27mm 2-point adjustable front sway bar
  • Superior performance and handling
  • Increased cornering grip


  • 2016+ Honda Civic
  • 2016+ Honda Civic Sport
  • 2017+ Honda Civic Si
  • 2017+ Honda Civic Type-R

What's In The Box?

  • 1 - Front Sway Bar
  • Necessary Hardware


  • Manufacturer's Warranty

Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
Jon M.
Great upgrade

Purchased the Whiteline 27mm front sway bar along with the 22mm rear sway bar and it really solidified the car in turns. In my opinion it's a great upgrade over factory for the price. Front took a little longer to install due to having to remove the sub frame but not a tough install at all.

Jason Yergin
Amazing Upgrade

This is a seriously good upgrade for any 10th generation Civic. A 27 mm sway bar upgrade from a 25.5 mm stock piece won't look like much until you consider that it's a solid bar vs. a hollow one and then it's a really big deal. Vast improvement. Couple it with at least a 22 mm rear sway bar (in my opinion) and you've got the right set up to send it through some corners. Do that at your own risk and on a closed course, I do not condone street racing or committing moving violations so don't say I told you to go do it.