Cottonmouth is correct on his sayings. The strut bar connects the two towers together to help lessen the body flexing of the car. This makes the handeling more stable.
I also agree installing this is a good choice to make. Also you might want to look into sway bars for even more added stability.
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IMO the effect is real, though it's not the most noticeable effect you could add to your car. I have a set of SR front and rear, and the major benefit is feeling the car more solid, also when aproaching to the limit, it becomes a little more predictable. I'm not racing or driving near the limit all day, but it's good to know they are there. For the price, I think they are one of the mods you can't miss. <img src=/images/forums/snitz/thumbup.gif width=25 height=18 border=0>
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