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how effective is this bar will it help with my handling alot?http://www.modernperformance.com/dcx/srt-4_dc_strutbar.shtml
Atlas said:I've been reading tha sway bars > strut bars. Best suspension bang for you buck should be sway bars + coilovers. The next thing to get after that should be sticky tires... I guess strut bars would do little more than just add weight to the car. The sport compact web review of mopar's lightweight srt-4 said it would do basically .14 g over a stock srt-4 (1.01g on their skidpad), and it had stage 3 coilovers, front and rear antisway bars, and 245 width tires.
Well in my opinion, the P-Werks bar is better since it is bolted to the sides and middle of the car. I'll be getting it soon.Jakencub said:why are those 2 bars better??
That's a good idea. But I think it's absolutely stupid to buy a front strut bar for over 100 bucks and in order to get full use of it, you have to modify it. That's why I think paying 40.00 for the MP one works the same as the DC Bar. But let me know if you do end up doing some custom work on your strut bars.Jakencub said:we were thinking about getting dc bars and then add 2 conector bars to the frame some where kind of a triangle piece off of it.