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Slurppie said:
Granted that our cars are built pretty stiff as it its, but do think adding a FSTB or a RSTB would be of any benifit? And have any companies made one for our cars yet?
We put one on my son`s Acura Integra and it made a lot of difference in rigidity. The bar is adjustable and the bolting pattern looks similiar to the Altima`s. It probably isn`t though.

It would be beneficial IMHO, if we continue to bolt on more hp;)
 

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Slurppie said:
And have any companies made one for our cars yet?
I've beean asking around about these to no avail. I want one. If you find them let me know.
 

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I looked at the car again closely and I believe that it would not benefit from either a front or rear STB. The rear strut tower is just a shock mount, and the fronts are already tied in with the unibody only a few inches back from the strut towers.
 

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Altimat said:
I looked at the car again closely and I believe that it would not benefit from either a front or rear STB. The rear strut tower is just a shock mount, and the fronts are already tied in with the unibody only a few inches back from the strut towers.
Hey were you in my garage this morning? I did the same thing. Same conclusion...
 

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I looked at the car again closely and I believe that it would not benefit from either a front or rear STB. The rear strut tower is just a shock mount, and the fronts are already tied in with the unibody only a few inches back from the strut towers.
I was looking at the front bar on the 350Z this am. It is low riding and doesn`t interfer with the hood. Then again, maybe nothing more is needed on our Rides.:cool:
 

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Ratwayne said:
Yeh, know what ya mean, I had a girl friend like that once.;)
Hey! this isn't Beat That Caption. That's in OT :D
 
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