There are soooooo many threads started about different front and rear strut bars. You can also get more info at www.dsmreviews.com
Personally, I have both the RRE front and rear bars and love them. Yah they are a bit more expensive than the e-bay special ones, but do you really want a bar that's supposed to be adding to the structural rigidity of the car to have hinges at each end?
In my opinion it's like this...You're buying a piece of metal to prevent the chasis of the car from flexing while cornering. It's a bar, that's it, but you get what you pay for. If you want the ultimate in rigidity you need a solid bar. My second choice were the rollhard performance bars as I had heard pretty good things about them.
On a side note, strut tower bars are nice and help a good deal, but you won't be ultimately happy until you have sway bars as well...they're near the top of my list
Front and rear RRE bars. My front bar is actually a set. One peice is there normal bar the other is a 2nd bar that connects the top of the struts but also ties into the firewall. the rear bar is there normal rear strut tower bar. I absolutely love them and agree that solid bars for the front are the absolute best. Spend the extra $$$$ and get the RRE's...... my suggestion.
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