Discussion in 'Wheels / Suspension / Tires / Brakes' started by mainstang, Sep 14, 2006.
Are they worth messing with. Do they give you significantly better handling.
i welded the joints on mine to make them solid.
yeah get solid ones,, you also get what you pay for. look for something that goes to the fire wall.
3-point braces for civics are rare.
you are good enough with a solid one that goes from tower to tower, or a welded one as i have.
he is putting it on a stang ,so he can get a h-brace and for those cars pretty cheap..
no, im putting on my civic. I have a classic mustang, may consider fabricating one for it if they work good enough.
Could you tell a difference after putting it on???
on my civic i changed everything at once but i think it helps a little but not as much as some good springs shocks and tires
as a whole not a noticeable difference, but with other mods (shocks/springs/sways) that make you handle better they become more needed.
If you're into autoX don't do a 3pt bar. 3pt bars are illegal in almost all classes. I think it may be legal in the prepared classes, but there you're going to be competing against full race ready vehicals.
this is why i should be running one.
then again, i am in a prepared class in a race-ready vehicle
I agree. Solid bar all the way. I have a my stock solid bar on the front, and a jdm knock off one for the rear. Car feels great doing 70-80 down lightly curved offramps.
Neuspeed is a great strut bar.. thats what i'm running and i love it
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