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Steeda's strut tower brace feature super strong 4130N Chrome-moly alloy steel, making them more than twice as strong as other bars without adding any additional weight. If you're looking for true race car performance and the best strength-to-weight ratio of any brace in the industry, this is the part for you!
Tests show that without a strut tower brace, shock towers flex up to 1/4" during hard corners! Steeda's Strut Tower Brace strengthens the front of your car, eliminating suspension flex and cowl shake, while improving steering response and handling. Extra clearance for popular aftermarket intakes and superchargers make them a perfect upgrade, even if your car came factory equipped with a brace.
The Web brace ties together our full length subframe connectors and stiffening rails, creating the ultimate in chassis stiffening!
As a key component of Stifflers Fully Integrated Technology (FIT)SystemTM, it provides a structurally engineered network (Web) of additional strength and stiffness, unmatched in todays market.
Installation is easy with our Slide-2-SizeTM mounting brackets. No loss of ground clearance and will work with most other manufacturers rectangular full length subframe connectors too!- Slide-2-SizeTM mounting system makes installation nearly effortless; simply slide bracket into place and weld, for a custom fit every time.
Don't suffer any longer with limp front frame rails, put the Spider to work for you and GET STIFF!
Finally ... a way to stiffen your front frame rails without installing a 12pt-cage or converting to a tube chassis! This one-of-a-kind brace works with our Lower Chassis brace to completely integrate the K-member and subframe system, eliminating unwanted movement of the front frame rails caused by launching, cornering and braking. This patent pending system acts as a lower frame rail to greatly increase front end rigidity and transfers suspension loads to the strongest part of the car, the subframe system.- Dramatically increases front end rigidity by acting as a lower front frame rail.