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I am considering buying the Cusco Type II Lower Arm bar.
Planning to go Forced Induction soon, so I wanted to take care of the suspension first.
I have some TEIN CS getting installed in 2 weeks.
Info on the product:
"The Type II lower arm bar features the same tubular high-tension lightweight aluminum design and anti-corrosion paint as the Type I. The difference though, is that this bar improves body rigidity by connecting the lower arm mounts in multiple positions rather than just two, thus greatly increasing the rigidity over the Type I style. Body rigidity is maintained on even the hardest of cornering and dramatically improves steering rigidity, response and traction."
What do your think of it?
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TOM's has front member brace and rear member brace for the GS. Which brace is this Cusco part equivalent to? Or does it replace both TOM's braces?
Would really appreciate if suspension experts could chime in on this.
From my understanding its equivalent to the "Tom's GS lower Front Brace. I know for sure that it doesn't replace both "Tom's braces", just the front. Cusco carries a rear brace.
Tom's: $360 Cusco's :$170
Product Info on Tom's:
"TOM'S front lower chassis brace helps reinforce the front and mid portion of the chassis.
The results, greatly improves the car steering response and handling capability. Material:
Steel with durable powder coating paint."