Best and strongest seems to be the RRM ones. (roadracemotorsports.com)SONIC33 said::3_frusty: can someone please tell me wich the best strut tower bars are i am going to be putting them on my car of rmy next mod but i am having trouble there is way to much to choose from i want the best and the strongest i dont care about the price ...
:3_withstuSpitzer said:Best and strongest seems to be the RRM ones. (roadracemotorsports.com)
they are also a site sponsor, they ship hella-fast and they are well priced. They have 2 different front bars, one for a supercharger and one standard one. Keep in mind if you plan on getting a supercharger, choose the appropriate bar.
PS: The NGM assasin supercharger wont fit with the supercharger bar, but alpines SC's will.
U callin me stupid d00d? U just agreed with me.....so.... :3_withstuaLiEn_sPoReZ said::3_withstu
I had the RRM one until I got my S/C (I'm going to get another one after Xmas) an it was unbelievable how much it stiffened up the front strut towers. I could hear the creaking of my body flexing when I'd go up a curb before, and after putting on the RRM... nothing. Not a single creak.
Hey shut up! Its not my fault a crappy APT in Fundas is like $650+ / month with no vacancies.aLiEn_sPoReZ said:You moved from Dundas... to Hamilton... I think that speaks for itself :m_stickpo
If it is a 3-point and released by RRm then I would assume they would make it better. The only benefit I can see a 3-point having is less stress on each of the 3 bolts rather than just 1 bolt. Then again, bars with joints (like the greddy tubular one with blue ends) the hinge/joint would allow some flex and could be a weak point.imatharu29 said:well i definitely think RRM has the strongest strut bar out there. If your going to get one... and dont care about how it looks.. go with that one. Now heres my question to yall. Whenever that 3-point strut bar is released. Probably late next year. Will that be better than the RRM one?
byron said:I love my RRM front and rear bars... there is this backroad that goes into a long downhill turn that i always take just for a rush... before the bars, my car felt like it was going to slide completely at around 45 - 50mph.. now i have the strut bars, i can take them at around 60 - 65mph without the car feeling like it's going to tip over or slide out... i could probably push it more, but i don't want to risk it... freeway on ramps are always fun for testing =]
i'm waiting for january to come around to buy my rrm rear sway bar
I should hope not.SuperSaiyan said:This is gonna be one of those threads where everyone is gonna say theirs is best.