Certainly will. On a giulietta they bolt between the wheel arches quite low down and not across the top of the struts. You have to drill holes in your arches to mount one too.Filting a rear strut brace will take away some hatchback versatility?
Apologies JnL I stand corrected ( to a point ). You're right all types will indeed stiffen up the chassis regardless of type and that Orque one is a really elegant and well thought out solution. I've never come across those before.Braces, regardless of which kind, are always there to stiffen up the chassis and hence allow a better performing suspension.
You will recognise this every time you drive the car.
Those who tried this can confirm this.
Besides, there is one rear brace where you do need to drill. It is from Orque, and very expensive, but effective. View attachment 934610
I totally agree with your long statement. That is exactly what I meant in a few more wordsa) This is why a solid one piece brace will out perform the other types out there.
b) It would be much better and more effective to have the brace attached to the top of the strut, but then we would certainly loose a lot of load space. Again it minimal so I guess yo have to consider what your priorities and reasons for fitting one are. The Orque version is a nice compromise of practicality over structural efficiency and they are so nice looking (I almost want one myself )