Strut Tower Bar

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DOes Brand names really matter, or is that all you're paying the big bucks ??

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  1. Guest

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    :confused: alright guys , i need your help i just bought a 97 mitsu eclipse and i also just bought a strut tower bar for it from aro speed and i have no clue how to put this damn thing on so it will work effectively........:doh: :doh:
    and why is it that whenever it take a turn at a normal speed the car feels like it's "jumping" over the road ???
     
  2. Guido The Penguin

    Guido The Penguin Hi, I'm here for the gang bang.

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    Well, dont know the set-up of the Eclipse, but I do drive a very simular car (00 Cougar).

    99% of strut tower braces simply bolt onto the top of the tower. And once they are bolted on securely, they'll work great.

    Best thing would be to find someone with the same car, and maybe even the same strut brace too and get them to take you through it.
     
  3. MiseryIndex

    MiseryIndex i never know why. i only know who. Moderator

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    eclipse's/avenger/sebrings/talons are lucky. they can have two strut tower brace's :p

    i have two. a generic $30 one, & a neuspeed.

    brand absolutly doesn't matter. my cheapo no name one is identical to a pilot. half the bars are the same anyway, made in the same place..just sent to different companies who put their name on it.
     

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