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Phase One (Comfort)

Front Strut Bar + Rear Anti-roll Bar

Front Strut Bar

Rear Anti-Roll Bar

Installing both a front strut bar and a rear anti-roll bar can provide several benefits for your vehicle’s handling and stability:

Improved handling:

By connecting the front strut point and reducing the amount of body roll on the rear, both a front strut bar and a rear anti-roll bar work together to improve the handling and stability of your vehicle.

Enhanced suspension performance:

Both components help to improve the overall performance of the suspension by reducing the amount of flex in the chassis and keeping the tires in better contact with the road.

Reduced tire wear:

By reducing body roll and keeping the body of the vehicle more level, both a front strut bar and a rear anti-roll bar can help to reduce tire wear.

Compatibility:

Both components are compatible with a wide range of vehicles, so you can be sure that you'll find the perfect fit for your car.

Phase Two (Stability)

Front Lower Bar + Middle Lower Bar + Rear Lower Bar

Front Lower Bar

Middle Lower Bar

Rear Lower Bar

Overall, installing a combination of front strut bar, rear anti-roll bar, front lower bar, middle lower bar, and rear lower bar can provide several benefits for your vehicle’s handling and stability, if compare with install phase one only.

it’s important to note that while these components can enhance the handling and stability of a vehicle, they are not meant to replace other suspension components or to fix suspension problems, and it’s always best to check with the manufacturer or a mechanic before installing one.

Improved handling:

By connecting multiple parts of the vehicle's suspension system, such as the front and rear strut towers, the left and right wheels, and the front and rear lower parts of the car, these components work together to improve the handling and stability of your car.

Enhanced suspension performance:

Each component helps to improve the overall performance of the suspension by reducing the amount of flex in the chassis and keeping the tires in better contact with the road.

Reduced tire wear:

By reducing body roll and keeping the body of the vehicle more level, these components can help to reduce tire wear.

Increased stiffness:

Each component increases the stiffness of the vehicle's chassis in different parts of the car, together they provide a more solid and responsive handling of the car.

Phase Three (Performance)

Complete Full Set Bar

Full Set Bar

More Better Handling + More Reduce Body Roll + More Reduce Chassis Flex + More Rigid Chassis

This installation specification is ideal for individuals who desire maximum control over their vehicle, as it closely resembles the setup of a racing car.

A car’s chassis twists slightly as it enters a corner. The front (and the back on some occasion) suspension pillars move separately because they are only connected via the car body, which is prone to flex.

A strut brace will create a direct connection via a brace between the top of the engine and the top of the two suspension posts. The result is a more rigid front suspension setup and little to no movement relative to each side.

If you are a keen driver, you will be able to get far better handling out of your car by fitting a few accessories to it. The first thing you should look at is a strut brace.

However a lower suspension should be your first priority if you’re serious about improving your car’s handling performance. For the majority of drivers, this will be more sufficient.

 

A car chassis takes the most abuse during a drive. Fast cornering, sudden braking and acceleration are the common examples of strain the chassis while driving.

In some cases, the weight transfer when cornering may cause one side of vehicle to experience the force more than other side of vehicle. This situation will affect chassis flex or body of vehicle deformity and twisted, hence also causing tires to lose grip.

The understeering and oversteering occur during cornering affected from deformity and twisting of vehicle chassis.

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