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Who here has one? Was it a noticable diffrence from not having one? Is it a positive gain or a negitive? Lmk what you guys know about it. Oh and i did a search and come up with nothing for over 10 pages.
 

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Has nobody tried this mod? I find that hard to believe with the amount of members on here.
 

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i was actually looking at one today. if i end up getting one, i'll let you know. more chassis rigidity is always a good thing. but i'm trying to save weight so i guess there's a trade-off
 

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Well I ordered a cheap one so I'll post if it helps. I plan on taking the front sway bar off to help with traction at the track.
 

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Which one did you get? I would of recommended the CHE K-Member Brace with the Torque Limiters that way you can get two benefits of the extra rigidity and limiting drivetrain deflection.

Has nobody tried this mod? I find that hard to believe with the amount of members on here.
Yeah, plenty of people. I'm running the CHE K-Member Brace with Torque Limiters. I enjoy it. :)

i was actually looking at one today. if i end up getting one, i'll let you know. more chassis rigidity is always a good thing. but i'm trying to save weight so i guess there's a trade-off
2008s+ already have a factory A-Arm Brace.
 

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I only got a grannatelli as it was $39 bucks total off of eBay. After looking at some pics of the Che limiters I might just make a set myself. They are nice though.
 

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I got the BMR piece and I have noticed a difference, its subtle but its there. I don't have the torque limiters but it for sure helped with cornering.
 
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