Discussion in 'Wheels / Suspension / Tires / Brakes' started by Circuit, Oct 12, 2003.
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I have a Skunk2 upper front strut bar...it's really rigid. Quality is excellent and it was easy to install.
Show N Tail right off of Thomas Drive.
what bar are you talking about, front or rear? For the front Nuespeed hands down
DCsport is the biggest Peice of shit.
Jeff knows what I'm talking about
I say GENTLEMANS CLUB the best bar/strip .
I have no clue why I quoted that?
neuspeed! and it cost less too.
Mardi Gras in Springfield, MA is pretty good.
But the neuspeed bar seems to be pretty solid, but my cheap ass will stick with my ebay bars.
Took me a second to get that.
yeh no doubt, Springfield, MA is crazy... Used to go to school at UMASS Amherst... some crazy shit there
i got a 25$ APC strut bar. Miraculously it hasn't warped yet. And when it does, I figure I haven't lost much.
give it some time...
5 votes for neuspeed, 5 for skunk2... that doesn't help me much rofl =)
at least I know DC makes POS oop:
You still have not said what bar, front or rear. Because I have one Nuespeed bar, and one skunk2. Nuespeed front, skunk2 rear.
I'd imagine that one company does better bars for the front and back... but you seem to be sugguesting differently... I wanna do the lower rear, upper rear, and upper front
Skunk2 and Nuespeed are defently not the best but for the price, these two are the best. Carbing has a better front, Mugen makes a great rear, I think cusco has a rear bar that has a horizontail support then in a V shaped bar that goes from the strut towers then meets on the floor. Not 100% sure if they have one for honda's but I have seen it on other cars. Those bars are great but they are also alot more expensive. Skunk2 is basicly a very good copy of Spoons Design. Side by side, they are impossible to tell apart except for the Skunk2 or spoon logo.
where can you get carbing or cusco bars from?
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