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- Stiffen up and drive right with the Whiteline Strut Tower Brace
- Custom engineered for a perfect fit on your vehicle
- By fending off chassis flex, the Whiteline Strut Brace dramatically enhances turn-ins, steering response and street feedback
- The strut bar adjusts for the perfect amount of stiffness
- Constructed from lightweight, polished alloy for a boss look under the hood
- Included mounting plates feature a rust-resistant coating
- Mounts easily using simple hand tools
- Your Whiteline Strut Tower Brace is backed by a 3-year warranty included
Some things just work better when they're good and stiff—your suspension is no exception. A frame that's loose as a goose drives like a real turkey. Even if you step up with an anti-sway bar and racing coils, your auto can still get sloppy around corners and windy roads. For maximum chassis stiffness, nothing beats the Whiteline Strut Tower Brace.
The Whiteline Strut Tower Brace is all about beefing up your suspension's support. Spanning the gap between your strut towers, it fends off body flex, which preserves your alignment angles and spring rates. As soon as it's bolted in place, you experience tighter turn-ins, more response as you steer and better feedback on road conditions. Best of all, the strut bar gives you the power to dial in the ideal stiffness for the right balance between comfort and control.
Unlike the headgear you had as a kid, you want to show off your Whiteline Strut Tower Brace. Expertly crafted from polished alloy with rust-resistant mounting plates, it brightens your engine compartment with race-inspired style. And, it's completely custom engineered for your specific vehicle, so it mounts easily with no cutting, drilling or modding required. Each brace is also backed by a 3-year warranty.
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Whiteline Strut Tower Braces Customer Reviews
11 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Charles F (Fort Worth, TX) Reviewed for a 1979 Mazda RX-7 — May 04, 2018 11:18 AM
Good thing I've installed similar strut braces before! No instructions included with this one, and none on Whiteline's website either. Found instructions for a similar brace there, but still don't know if I installed it 100% correctly! Oh well.....at least it looks good! :)
Reviewed by Brian J (PAWLEYS ISLAND, SC) Reviewed for a 2005 Subaru Forester — Feb 26, 2018 10:14 PM
I installed front and rear strut tie bars from whiteline on my 2005 Subaru Forester and the handling has improved dramatically, the body roll has all but gone away I am very happy with this purchase
Reviewed by Kenneth D (POULSBO, WA) Reviewed for a 2011 Subaru Impreza — Feb 23, 2018 3:05 PM
No problems with AutoAnything, and price comparable to others, however if i knew the Whiteline strut bar would only be spot welded rather than full welds, I'd have purchased a more expensive one. It may be fine as is, but i just don't want to risk using this on my car.
Reviewed by Chad W (AUBURN HILLS, MI) Reviewed for a 2006 Subaru Outback — May 31, 2016 9:22 AM
Quality piece. Quality shipping material. Easy instructions. Fitment was a little tight. Plates went on easy, but the bar took about 20 min of adjusting and maneuvering to get it in place. I got it on, but it may be quicker with 2 people. Immediately noticeable difference in driving behavior. Front suspension feels mated together. Easiest to notice while entering/exiting a parking lot going up/downhill while turning, but is more composed over bumps at speed as well. Well worth it!