SPECIAL OFFER Carbing Style Front & Rear Strut Brace $199

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  1. JAPTEK.COM.AU

    JAPTEK.COM.AU Member

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    Special offer for aus300zx members.

    Carbing Style Front & Rear Strut Brace Set $199posted

    Under hard cornering loads, the strut assembly is pulled laterally at the strut top.
    A strut brace ties together the strut towers and braces them against flex and movement.
    This one piece T-6061 aluminum Strut Bar is designed to be the lightest on the market at just about 1.5kg and the most effective brace on the market for the Z32.

    ?Made with high quality one piece T-6061 welded aluminum
    ?5mm thick base plates to reduce chassis flex
    ?Direct bolt on - installed in no time!
    ?Provisions in brackets for precise fitment of fuel and throttle cable
    ?Stealth Black Anodized to provide corrosion and wear resistance
    ?***PLEASE NOTE** Due to engine mounts all in different conditions, washers may be required to clear engine plenum.
    ?Throttle cable cover will need to be modified or removed to fit


    $199 Delivered to metro cities

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  2. I'll grab a pair for a 2+0 in a few weeks after my gearbox is sorted :)
     
  3. MikeZ32

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    2+2, 2+0 braces are all the same.

    Awesome price btw.
     
  4. Yeah? Nice cheers man
     
  5. jetett

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    fairly keen for this, is there a direct link?
     
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    Do you do single braces? (front) or are they a set?

    cheers
     
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