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Testing Cusco Strut Tower Bars: Does it really work?

Old 08-09-2007, 02:46 PM
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Testing Cusco Strut Tower Bars: Does it really improve performance?

Ever wonder if Cusco Strut Tower Bars are made for cosmetic purposes or if it actually improves handling performance? To answer these questions...YES..its made for BOTH purposes.

Cusco's techincal support team has done testings on whether or not the Cusco Strut Tower Bars will actually improve handling performance and increase the rigidity of your vehicle. With their testings, they have proven that the Cusco Strut Tower bars do really work.

Visit the link below to see the testing videos and the many ways on how Cusco Strut Tower Bars and other products can help improve your vehicles handling and rigidity.

Cusco Strut Tower Bar Testing Video and Information Click Here!

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Old 08-14-2007, 01:02 PM
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Nice visual. Great to see a test
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Old 08-14-2007, 01:19 PM
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Pretty sweet that theres manufacturers posting now.

Cool videos. The thing that convinced me most was when they cut the strut bar in half and jacked up one of the front wheels.
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Old 09-12-2007, 11:57 AM
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Very cool. And nice S15 too.
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Old 09-13-2007, 10:09 AM
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Nice demonstration, excellent information, cool products, cute girl... you can't go wrong.
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Old 09-13-2007, 12:43 PM
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Glad to see Club240 is finally getting some attention from the manufacturers.
Thanks for the info CUSCO! I support you!
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thats awesomeness. i need to get rid of my eBay one lol
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Great info, Definitly helps clarify a lot of myths about those parts.
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Holy ****, that bar is as big as the girl holding it.
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Old 09-13-2007, 04:38 PM
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thats awesomeness. i need to get rid of my eBay one lol
Same here!!! LOL!
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lol this has been on here for like 2 months. How is everybody just now noticing it? I say a strut bar is a strut bar though.
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well that is true but a good amount of that is due to how much hammer down-putting you perform on a daily basis. I personally do alot.

....Lawlz no but seriously I just started getting back on the boards again. I though it was awesome to see something like this.
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lol this has been on here for like 2 months. How is everybody just now noticing it? I say a strut bar is a strut bar though.
Technically true, however when you hit the track, you will notice the difference in how your chassis feels with genuine bars vs ebay stuff. Cusco bars are my next step after I get my trans rebuilt. 2nd and reverse synchros out FTL!
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I have to say, I have the Type OS front and rears and they make suck a difference in stiffness. I had two friends, one with an s2k and another with a supra who were suprised how much stiffer the car was. I would have to say its a good investment. Hope that helps. Latez peeps.
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