The struts have provisions for the OEM brake and ABS line brackets. What we like is the holes for the upper strut bolts are slotted for camber adjustment. We prefer to adjust the camber at the bottom so the steering axis angle and scrub radius stay consistent from side to side. This is something about camber plates that most people don’t realize.
The rear shocks use a progressive tapered spring that maintains the use of the OEM upper spring seat. Rear camber plates on Subarus really echo noise into the cabin and this can be really annoying.
The spring seats are a nonrusting self-lubricating polymer that will never stick or rust. It is reinforced with stainless steel for strength. The thread form is designed for a lot of thread engagement which makes the spring seat easier to turn when adjusting ride height.
We replaced the OEM antisway bars with 24mm adjustable parts from Whiteline, the stock bars are 20mm for the front and 17mm for the rear. The Whiteline front bar is over 100% stiffer than stock and the rear bar is almost 300% stiffer than stock. This will really work to reduce understeer.