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Progress Group Suspension Rear Sway-Bar, 22mm Adjustable, 2004-08 Acura TSX CL9, 62.0104

Part Number:
Progress Group
Product Line:
Adjustable Anti-Sway Bar Kit (22mm Adjustable)
Vehicle Fitment:
Acura TSX, 2004-08
Progress Group Suspension Rear Sway-Bar, 22mm Adjustable, 2004-08 Acura TSX CL9, 62.0104



18% below retail


Progress Suspension anti-roll bars (or sway bars) dramatically improve handling by reducing the traction-robbing body ügleanüh that rolls part of the outside tires off the pavement. Progress Groups's Sport-tuned Anti-roll bars replace skinny OEM bars and rubber bushings with larger diameter (stiffer) alloy steel bars and polyurethane bushings. More roll stiffness means less body ügleanüh, and the tires stay flatter on the pavement (larger contact patches). The result is more grip and added driver control!


  • Less body roll means more traction, faster cornering speeds, and increased driver confidence.
  • Polyurethane bushings produce crisp response on turn-in.
  • Installation does not impact alignment angles
  • Ride quality is not impacted over straight roads; only noticeable while cornering or traversing uneven surfaces.
  • Also fits 2003-2008 JDM/EDM CL7 CL9 Honda Accord (non-USA spec)

Progress Anti-roll bars are cold-formed in-house using custom-built precision bending equipment. Both laser-cut and CNC bar ends are MIG welded in place using a precise fixture for an exact fit.

For best street performance results, use in conjunction with a sports damper kit, such as the Tein Super Street or Basic Damper Kits.


Customer Questions

Q:The I've heard that different aftermarket exhausts have interface issues with the Comptech (CT-E) rear sway. Is this true?

On the 1g TSX application we have found this is true for many aftermarket systems. The CT Engineering rear sway bar is used on more than one model and deviates from the stock routing on the 1g TSX application and that is why the CT bar only clears the CT exhaust or the stock exhaust.

The 62.0110 Progress Group rear bar is not routed the same as the CT Engineering rear sway bar. The Progress Group bar does not have any known exhaust clearance issues.


I have 2004 Acura tsx with skunk2 exhaust. Will this sway bar fit my car with no problem?


Yes this bart can be installed with the Skunk2, or most other bolt-on cat back systems without interference.


Hey, I wanted to buy this RSB but I also wanted to replace the endlinks,do you know which endlinks should I buy? Also,do you recommend I replace something else along with the endlinks?


People will usually get either a new Genuine Honda link set, or Fastline Performance POWERLINKS. Both are good replacements for worn links while the FLP part is giving greater strength and will not flex or break.


Hey, I'm thinking about buying this RSB but I wanted to replace the endlinks as well, so I was wondering which ones I should buy!!!Also, do you recommend I replace something else along with the endlinks?


In general we recommend sticking with the stock ones. The Honda Genuine kit we offer is a great choice. For more of a performance link, you might check out the Fastline Performance POWERLINKS.

Q:Hi, im thinking of gettin progress sway bar and some endlinks, which end links do you recommend and do i have to change anything else along the endlink and sawbar? I have HKS exhaust system, so be ok to install the swaybar?
A:We like the Hardrace endlinks for standard replacement, or also the Fastline Performance POWERLINKS if you want bad ass ones. The sway bar can install fin with that sway bar as far as we know.

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  • Progress Group rear sway bar for 2004-2008 Acura TSX June, 4
    By Grant Hoyer, Street Performance Enthusiast
    This sway bar makes a noticeable difference. The car takes turns much better now, you can feel the front tires have much more grip than they used to. Noticeably reduced understeer, and allows you to accelerate out of corners much faster than it used to. For the price I would highly recommend for anyone wanting to improve the handling on their 1st gen Acura TSX.
  • cl7 euro r January, 7
    By frazer walker, Street Performance Enthusiast
    great cost effect mod.set to full stiff.make the nose turn in.and helps stop the body roll.easy to install.a must have on any accord.shame they dont make one for the estate,as i bet they would sell loads
  • Awesome Mod February, 28
    By RichR, Grocery Getter
    For the money this is an awesome Suspension upgrade. INSTALL was easy and fun, used poly bushings. Its a good idea to drop the exhaust it made this job easier. My car is 3 inches lower than stock so i SET to looser setting. If stock height the stiffer setting would be better in my opinion. Defiantly notice the bar helping around corners and handling you will feel the difference. I would buy this again hands down.
  • Instant handling benefit October, 21
    By John Lyons, Grocery Getter
    I installed the sway bar and opted for the prothane bushings. Set it on the stiffer setting and WOW! Highway curves, off ramps and twisty roads are now a joy. Riding on the stock suspension and does not affect the comfort in straight line bumps rough roads. Easy install and instant results.
  • Add Control July, 29
    By Kristopher Rogers, Spirited/Stylish Commuter
    Definitely brings more feel of control to the car around corners. installation was easy and product seems very high quality. so far im only in the soft setting but there is a big difference with that.
  • Neutralize your TSX May, 30
    By Kent, Spirited/Stylish Commuter
    Before I bought this bar I just had Megan EZ-Street coilovers installed, so I wasnt expecting a huge change in handling. When I installed the bar with new endlinks (which is a good idea) I popped them into the softer setting. After taking it for a few runs I would have to say the car has almost neutralized itself. However, I feel as though it would be perfect if I change over to the stiffest setting.

    All in all, on the softer setting, this bar made a 25% difference in handling, taking into account that I already have coilovers installed. Its a great bolt on to have and people who have driven my TSX say it handles like a go kart.

    For the money, you cant go wrong.
    Thanks HeelToe!
  • Very Good Product October, 10
    By Leon Vlahakes, Street Performance Enthusiast
    I installed the Progress sway bar on my 08 TSX a few days ago. There is a noticeable improvement in the cornering ability of the car, but I don't think it's quite as significant as others have stated. I have it installed on the stiffest setting (the inner hole). However, with that said, it is a worthwhile modification given the price.

    The quality of the bar and accessories are excellent. The old bar was not too hard to remove, but the Progress bar was a chore to maneuver into position. If I had to do it again, I would drop the exhaust.

    I recommend this mod as a cost effective improvement to your car.
  • Must-have July, 27
    By That-TSX-Kid, Spirited/Stylish Commuter
    This sway bar made a huge difference in handling. For this price, its totally worth it! As soon as you take your car around the first corner you'll tell the difference. Well worth the money. I had the "stiff" setting first and noticed the difference immediately, so I adjusted it to the "stiffer" setting, which was easy.

    I highly recommend this product as a first mod to your car!
  • the greatest! July, 26
    By Sanjeet Ryan, Spirited/Stylish Commuter
    Man what was I doing when driving without this RSB. This bar makes driving as different as night and day. Less roll, more confidence, better cornering, more fun!!! More ways to enjoy your car driving around. thanks to Marcus.

  • Great Mod! April, 26
    By pjotsx, Spirited/Stylish Commuter
    When I first received the RSB and compared it to stock I was shocked to see how little the stock one was. Handling def improved greatly in turns especially in high speeds. Install was not to bad and the quality was great. But IMO replace the progress bushings with the Prothane bushings by HT specific for the progress 22m. Worth the money and I have no problems with either products so far. Not sure the difference between the prothane and energy suspension bushings though...
  • "Must have" if you want precision in turns March, 15
    By David Spalding, Spirited/Stylish Commuter
    If you've got the stock RSB, you're probably got the stock understeer that Honda programmed into this car so Mom and the kiddies don't freak out.

    If you're like me and know exactly where you want to go, this is a good upgrade. The thicker RSB removes the understeer and the car tracks like a maglev. Combined (in my case) with the Acura A-spec sport suspension, my cart was "absolutely FLAT" in sharp turns on VIR's Full Course. That's a direct quote from the garage owner who installed this, and was following right behind me during HPDE "hot runs."

    Warning: once you install something like this, you may want to consider HPDE/PDX or Autocross instruction so you know what to expect from your car, know the limits, and truly see how well the car points the nose and drives through with the beefier RSB. I knew this RSB delivered the goods, but driving through sharp turns at 50-65 MPH signed and sealed the delivery.
  • June, 28
    By Serge, Spirited/Stylish Commuter
    Ive installed this bar on my stock suspension car and can say this is a really cool mod . First thing ive noticed is that my speed in turns and cornering raises up to 30 percent , before this mod the back of my car was like old granny , ive tried to catch my car all the time and wheels were always squeacking losing traction. Now i definetly say that i understand my car much better and it can do more while turnnig.
  • 06 auto tsx March, 8
    By Jottle, Grocery Getter
    This is one of the more subtle mods you can do. It's so cheap that I think it's one of the first mods people should try out. Basically, the stiffer sway bar makes the car noticeably more nimble in turns. I'm on the stock suspension, and I hated how "bouncy" the car felt whenever the suspension was disturbed. The sway bar not only keeps the car more "planted" when you push through turns, it also gives the car more composure going over bumps. No one will know you have this installed as it preserves the stock ride quality. And with its adjustability, you can control how "stiff" you want to make the rear of the car. Marcus at Heeltoe installed this for me himself (since I need a pro as I'm a novice when it comes to these types of mods). Marcus not only let me learn from him as he installed the bar, he also followed up with me afterward to make sure everything was to my liking. The low price didn't hurt either! I highly recommend this sway bar for first-time modders.
  • Be prepared to say wow March, 3
    By cYn, Spirited/Stylish Commuter
    This thing is so awesome. Almost no body roll on turns. Handling on corners will be guaranteed significantly better. This thing puts a smile on my face when I tackle the freeway's entrance.

    I also like that fact that you can pair this with almost any exhaust.

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