I wouldn't, I'll sell mine when I get around to it and go back to standard. I would get whiteline poly bushes for the standard bars and metal links/HD mounts. I.e. try to get the standard bars to act a bit quicker and with less deflection. Keep in mind they can technically pull you up for the mounts as an item the needs cert thou
Yeah there's a whole lot of hype about it, it obviously makes the car corner flatter but I think people forget that its at the expense of wheel independence and overall grip. The argument that adjustable ones allow you to adjust the balance of the car and make the rear end looser is rubbish as well, stiffen the rear shocks up and run the rear tires at 10psi more than the fronts with 2 degrees less camber than the front and it'll feel pretty loose
Edit: I'm coming at this from a road/circuit driving perspective though, I think for autox its probably a bit different.
I too find that fascinating, but the MCA mindset makes sense... when I had MCA coilovers in my BE5 I had stock swaybars all around and that car is still the most comfortable and best handling car I've had.
Most the time I hear someone raving about swaybars in the Subaru world is on the point of it helps loosen up the rear and kill understeer - but i feel like that's backward thinking. stiffening up the independence of each wheel and creating a more rigid suspension setup is different to stiffening up the chassis with bracing 🤔
Stiff Chassis and fluid smooth suspension setup seems like an ideal way to keep rubber on road