i say waste. anytime u have a joint its a weak point to allow for flex. looks wise sure itll be cool as long as CF is done right. This is what im a big fan of RRM. Yeah its only a one bolt desgin but its a solid piece so flex is reduced big time
If your just going to use your car for daily driving and dont plan on seeing any track time or real aggressive driving then go for it. You will still notice a difference. If you plan on putting your car to the test then dont cheap out and get one that you KNOW will handle the stress.
It's an adjustable strut bar. So when you install it, you take the ends off and place them over the strut mount, then place the bar in between and install the nuts/bolts.
Easy and cheap mod and works just as well as the higher priced bars.
The idea is to keep the strut towers from flexing, not to be able to stand a 500lb man on the bar.
oaky first off, gabe doesn't look like he's 500lbs lol.. second, those cheap strut bars flex so much, it doesn't feel like it's doing anything... you can hear the car twisting still when you put that bar on, whereas the RRM bar eliminates that flex... i'm going to say, you get what you pay for..
Screw that, I'd never buy something like that on Ebay, especially if they can't provide an actual pic of the product on the car. Seoulfulracing has a CF strut bar for the Tib but I think it's a little to expensive to justify it. Unless you're a CF whore.
I like the OEM tuscani bar.....im not really a CF whore, I just want a nice bar.........think i might go with the mussa tho........dont wanna pay that much, but like you guys say, you get what you pay for.......thanks trinity