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Old 07-06-2007, 05:43 AM
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Old 07-06-2007, 06:28 AM
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especially the brace in the 2nd pic, x-type (replacing the OEM single-piece) could take out some of the wabbling of the back end in some circumstances.
simple, but really cool desig
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Old 07-06-2007, 08:53 AM
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They are not one off. They are in production and available.

Those are the GT version Lower front and rear under braces. Tommy (Go Tuning Tommy) can get them, though he may have to order it. They are very nice pieces, but ASM's GT line up is fairly expensive compared to their street version parts.

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the parts the O.P mentioned are the GT Rear Lower Arm Bar, I believe, which is on ASM's site for ¥88,200

looks like this would actually work along with an X-brace from Spoon wouldn't it?

i am not sure about the other bar tyeing the subframe together, i didn't see it anywhere on ASM's site.
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Originally Posted by circa86,Jul 6 2007, 07:14 PM
the parts the O.P mentioned are the GT Rear Lower Arm Bar, I believe, which is on ASM's site for ¥88,200

looks like this would actually work along with an X-brace from Spoon wouldn't it?

i am not sure about the other bar tyeing the subframe together, i didn't see it anywhere on ASM's site.
now which one is which?

the bar replacing the exisiting OEM bar is the one listed for ¥88,200 ?
and the one behind (the very back) you don't see listed?

or the other way round??

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bump!


Anyone more info?
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I always liked this brace.
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For sure a nice piece! As for the price any competent fabricator could make one for half the price. I am in the middle of developing a TI line up of braces similar to these.
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