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Just did the install of the rear strut bar, and it looks great. The best part about it is that the rear seat still closes.





 

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Does it work for the hatchback too?
 

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is there any noticable differnece? you suspension look's stock

i never knew that a car's body could flex during tight cornering.
 

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OH yeah...there is a deffinate difference. i have a stock suspension and all I have is the front....body sway is controled so much with these. i know a guy that had K-Sport Coilovers and he noticed a HUGE difference after he put a front one on his.

$45 sounds good to me!

[Edited by fintile on May 22, 2006 11:18 AM]
 

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You wont see much of a diff unless you have Coilovers.

I had coilovers and only a front strut bar and I handled like I was on rails.. but I did have different tires... stock tires will do **** for you.
 

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I have actually noticed more understeer with the front strut bar, rather than without it. I took it off and all i have is my 1.6 drop with new kyb shocks and a whiteline rear sway bar, and it seems to have way less understeer. I don't know, but i never liked understeer. This set-up is fine for me right now w/o the strut bar
 

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Originally posted by GLaccent01
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I have actually noticed more understeer with the front strut bar, rather than without it. I took it off and all i have is my 1.6 drop with new kyb shocks and a whiteline rear sway bar, and it seems to have way less understeer. I don't know, but i never liked understeer. This set-up is fine for me right now w/o the strut bar
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I have noticed that as well so I adjusted my line to compensate
 

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FINALLY! Someone else with a 4-door LC2! Lol...
 
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