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i would imagine the st has less flex beacause the hatchback weighs more and theyrs nothing suporting the two foot tall strut towers

do you think some 99$ ebay special on the rear would improve handeling?

or does can anyone send me some pics :confused:
 

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It might help, if you can find one. I have one in my car, but it's a custom 3-point job.
 

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aww thats frikin awsum did you make it? i mean thats the way to go 3 point

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I didn't make it, i got it off a buddy that made it for his car. "grayscale" over on celicatech. Might be worth trying to get ahold of him to make another, but i don't know if he has access to everything needed to make it anymore.

I'm getting a full cage installed this summer, if i no longer have use for the brace, i'll keep you in mind.
 

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what does the middle bolt through?

ahh going deathproof i gotta se that are you gona strip the car like rally style?
 

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what does the middle bolt through?

ahh going deathproof i gotta se that are you gona strip the car like rally style?

There is an existing hole there in the hatchbacks. If you have a coupe, you're SOL.

The car is already stripped. Not rally style, it's just a front driver, but the cage needs to be NHRA and SCCA legal, if that tells you anything. ;)
 

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hatchback baby

yea that dosent mean much for me lol :ugh3:
i seen online a guy who scraped off the seam calk on key points and welded the seams/added a bit more sheet metal i would not mind doing that in a couple of places
 
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