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#1 Jeremy@SFS Posted 20 July 2011 - 10:27 AM

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Hello everyone,

We  just received our second batch of 15 KM Motorsports Front Strut Tower  Braces.  You can find full details or purchase the bar by clicking here:
http://www.speedfors...3197kpi8ilipeg2

These  bars are made of a very nicely welded and robust aluminum which is both  strong and lightweight, not to mention they are MUCH cheaper than a  2012 GT-R strut brace which is smaller in size.

Here is the description as shown on our webstore:

*Low profile polished oil filler cap included!*
   We are proud to announce first ever strut bar for the GT-R.  We have    installed these and they fit well, along with having positive feedback    from clients using them at the track.  This brace stiffens up the    chassis of the GT-R, which helps handling, improves steering feel and    sensitivity, helps initial corner turn-in, and reduces interior rattles  and   flexing when going over rough surfaces.   It also retains the  factory routing and ducting from the NACA ducts on the GT-R's hood which  route air down to the turbochargers to cool them

  There are 2 version of this strut bar available:
  REGULAR STYLE:  Requires removal of the throttle body coolant   hoses on the 2008-2009  model GT-R.  But, 2010 and newer GT-R do NOT have   these throttle body  coolant hoses, so the brace is a direct fit.

  BRIDGED STYLE:  Does NOT require removal of the throttle body   coolant hoses on the  2008-2009 model GT-R, as it has clearance for the   hoses and nipples on  the throttle bodies.  The bridged style is the one   on the last  picture below.

Here are several links to feedback from clients  who have installed this brace.  We have not heard of ANY negative  feedback or issues with this brace...all positive!
    http://www.nagtroc.o...mp;hl=strut bar

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    http://www.nagtroc.o...=...st&p=726132

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    http://www.nagtroc.o...=...st&p=663509

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    http://www.nagtroc.o...=...st&p=662554

    

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#2 7racer Posted 20 July 2011 - 07:37 PM

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Looks great!  Might have to pick one of these up!



#3 NickTO Posted 20 July 2011 - 08:02 PM

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#4 Jeremy@SFS Posted 21 July 2011 - 12:16 PM

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View PostNickTO, on Jul 20 2011, 10:02 PM, said:

So how do you put oil in the car once that's installed?

Hello Nick,

You simply use a 14mm allen to barely loosen the one bolt on the driver's side and then remove the other bolt on the passenger side.  This allows you to swing the bar up and easily access the oil cap without having to remove the bar mounts at the shock tower.  Very easy!


GT-R Aftermarket Parts dealer for most major manufacturers...CLICK HERE!*

Dodson Certified Pro Dealer

Staged Power & Chassis Upgrades List: CLICK HERE!
Parts installation articles: CLICK HERE!
Brake Parts Weight Guide: CLICK HERE!

Jeremy Blackwell
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President, Speed For Sale LLC (Sales@SpeedForSale.com / 770-777-4774)
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