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hey guys any good reviews or advices for good strut bars available out there in the market...

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never mind I guess since I'm not going to use my car for like the next fast and furious Irak drift or Tijuana dunkey show or whatever the next name of those movie will be don't really need one huh?
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Really anyone would work great, ive seen homemade ones.

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Really anyone would work great, ive seen homemade ones.
seriously?? made out of what pasta??
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I have the DC SPORTS CHEVY COBALT CS-1 FRONT UPPER STRUT BAR-CARBON STEEL

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I have the DC SPORTS CHEVY COBALT CS-1 FRONT UPPER STRUT BAR-CARBON STEEL
how much did you pay for it?? I saw that one around 150 or so shipped can you really tell a difference with the handling?
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Same here, cant really tell about handling, but I am not road racing either. Did handle real good at the Dragon(Deal's Gap).



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how much did you pay for it?? I saw that one around 150 or so shipped can you really tell a difference with the handling?
Heres a one cheaper
DC Sports CS-1 Front Upper Strut Bar 05-06 Chevy Cobalt : eBay Motors (item 350338998074 end time May-09-10 18:53:40 PDT)

I got one for 69.95 shipped on ebay it was used but only for like two months or something he was buying a new car and it was perfect. But I don't think you will find that though.

I mean I don't really know lol The wheel stays straight now it pulled to the left a little on the highway. I just put it on today so not really sure. I think if you do other mods like springs and shocks and sway bars it will be really good. I like it. I couldn't pass up that deal. I'm sure it works, I think it would work better with supporting mods. You gotta start somewhere right. I like how it looks to but thats not why I bought it didn't know how it would look. I bought it cause good deal alot of cars on here have them and it was a good deal and I am addicted to modding my car.

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I agree, the difference you notice will prolly increase with supporting mods, and i know you just got those shocks and struts, along with your springs, once you get it all on the strut bar will be a nice addition. Im getting a strut bar soon once i get my springs
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I agree, the difference you notice will prolly increase with supporting mods, and i know you just got those shocks and struts, along with your springs, once you get it all on the strut bar will be a nice addition. Im getting a strut bar soon once i get my springs
waiting on my knee to heal already have my set up waiting eibach lowering springs with f5 struts, shocks that's decent isn't it??

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and thank you for all our support feeling better already still lots of pain and swelling but getting there
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