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Thinking about buying a strutbrace from OMP for my 1.8 8v, anyone fitted a strut and can give me positive and negative comments?
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Yup, have a momo fitted to the silverstone. Some fit better than others - ie some need Relays or pipes bending or moving. You should feel less flex in the front of the car on sharp turn-in. The down side is that you may understeer more easily on slow speed corners. They work extremely well with other suspension mods.

In short, for a few quid, get one.

FYI.. the guy in Japan is selling lower strut bars for most of the 155's - that's right, braces the bottom of the strut towers wink cool huh since that's where most of the flex is from.
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Got a Momo fitted to my V6, feels better on the turn in, much sharper. Isn't the OMP brace adjustable? Much better and looks more substantial.

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and squeeks.!!!!!!!!

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