We go out of our way to carry every major line of Mazda 6 strut bars, so that whether you are looking for a front Mazda 6 strut bar or a rear strut bar,upper strut bar or lower strut bar, we've got it for you. A great factory product that looks good and performs well too. All the others are hollow and a couple at 32mm. The items from stock to aftermarket are night and day i feel. Took me less than 10 minutes with the back end jacked up. I could not merely reverse the bar.
A buddy of mine is a welder and would be willing to build me one but I am looking for ideas on how it should mount. Just meaning there will likely be some differences and you can't totally rely on those figures because the bar's shape doesn't perfectly fit those equation's assumptions. I've done the same but didn't get any pics. This is part of modding. The improvement in the car's handling is very evident. I had to remove the brackets and install on the other side of the vehicle. End Link is the one I posted to compare the Steeda adjustable with the RacingBeat unit.
Q: Are strut bars available for the front and rear of each vehicle? I found this brace on ebay from a seller in Japan, and was impressed with the beefiness of the the unit. Just a decent means of estimating % change. Not necessarily the most sought after item in the list but thought I'd add that Corksport does make a skid plate for both Speed 3s. The rear sway bar was easy to put in, but i recommend getting a buddy to help, the bar is very heavy if your holding it up alone for extended periods of time. It's basically just extending the opening towards the front enough to clear the end link when cycling the suspension.
Eliminates alot of roll in the front while cornering and looks really nice too. If you have modified your Mazda 6 suspension to improve your performance, it's a good idea to make sure that the suspension isn't being compromised by excessive chassis flex. The price is also quite nice too. Product came shipped with the brackets on the incorrect ends of bar. We explain what exactly they do, and show examples of some strut bars that give you an inside peek at what the difference in between different brands. There's nothing to stop your design from deforming under torsional loads twisting other than the rigidity of the materials used.
Although I prefer your image for its comparative perspective, which none of the other images possess, out of respect, I accede to your request and have updated to the Steeda product image. I'm actually able to take that loop alot hard and faster than stock where i felt there was a clear amount of roll, and felt the rear end would kick out. I don't care how many different ways exist, but when there's numbers and percentages being used to sell something, it should be explained for meaning. The typical %stiffness increase in bar stiffness from diameter change wasn't even close. But this would probably still be weaker than the current braces. I peeled a picture of the brace off Google and drew over what I'm looking at.
The unit is extremely lightweight but seems strong, and the polished aluminum is a beautiful addition to my engine compartment. Part Number M6-14129 Mazda 6 Rear Brace This Mazda6 Rear Tower Brace was built to control the lateral loads applied to the rear towers on hard cornering. Some of that is due to my own ignorance, but I'm not sold on the bar design. Whiteline has a pretty decent chart showing this, here: If you are changing from solid to hollow, or vice versa, this chart doesn't apply. However, you can definitely feel the mount strengthens the hold on the engine. Yeah, It shouldn't be up to customers when companies are making claims based on unspecified testing methods. Local people here must have discovered video streaming, which is causing me to upload late at night.
A: Strut bars take mere minutes to install with normal hand tools. Installing Mazda 6 strut bars is a good way to help eliminate this flex, and will contribute to your suspension behaving the way it was designed to. It reduces the distortion of the body applied from the suspension to ensure the movement of the suspension. I don't expect the dimensions to add double the stiffness, but comparing bars and numbers with adjustment options is a cluster of confusion with nothing straightforward. It was a waste of money.
When I corner hard in my car now with the bar and the brace in the rear the back end of the car seems to come around a little more willingly. Well worth it, and looks cool too! The ones following are in decreasing order. It's well established in other threads that you can't compare stiffness values across testing methods. The nuts should be re-torqued to 22-26 ft. Or, does anyone here speak german and want to ask this guy that made them before for some details or pricing? A: Strut bars also referred to as strut braces or strut tower braces are used to reduce the amount of flex in the factory strut towers. Small Mazdaspeed nameplate in center of cross-brace.