The DSE endlinks swivel back and forth along two axis, which allows the sway bar to articulate freely and reduces binding. The upper and lower endlink bolts were tightened to 45 and 40 lb-ft, respectively. The sway bar features two mounting points, which enables fine tuning the rear end stiffness. The distance separating the two holes might not seem like much, but the basic tenets of sway bar design say that minimal changes in swing arm length yield dramatic changes in bar stiffness. DSE rates the bar stiffness at 507 lb/in when the front mounting holes are used, and 624 lb/in when the rear holes are used.