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ebay = :nope:
 

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no. don't bother.
since the strut towers are so close to the firewall, there isn't really that much flex there, and the offset design of those inexpensive strut bars are not going to work very well (imo). looks to me like they would just twist.
save the 44 bucks and put it towards something better, like stiffer sways.
 

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If you've decided to get a strut bar, I don't see what's wrong with this ebay one. Looks okay to me (much like any other strut bar that's out there). And the price is right :)
 

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i have a strut bar from gt-spec. in my opinion, i can feel a slight difference in how it handles. a very slight. but enough to be well. yeah.
 

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[quote author=bms1990M3 link=topic=137100.msg2954938#msg2954938 date=1235365458]
i have a strut bar from gt-spec. in my opinion, i can feel a slight difference in how it handles. a very slight. but enough to be well. yeah.
[/quote]what does that strut bar look like?

for the most part, hinged strut tower bars are ok for lateral flexing in the chassis but don't do anything for vertical flexing since the hinges will allow strut bar to move around.
 

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[quote author=tonyzoomzoom link=topic=137100.msg2954892#msg2954892 date=1235363983]
If you've decided to get a strut bar, I don't see what's wrong with this ebay one. Looks okay to me (much like any other strut bar that's out there). And the price is right :)
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"all sales final"

so when it doesnt fit, hes SOL
 
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