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    Folks,

    Finally HKS kansai is offering some handling stuff for us.

    Check out the INNER FENDER BRACE!!!!

    http://www.hkskansai.co.jp/new2/colt.html

  • #2
    whats an inner fender brace going to do for me?

    what's it used for?

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    • #3
      Nice but not overly fussed

      UR bar for the rear braces the same area

      Inner fender is already braced over the normal colt, i dont think there extra one will do much

      front bar looks alright

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      • #4
        Im not so sure but perhaps it cld be answer to alternative lsd to better cornering, together with rear sway bar...

        Im following from this article

        http://www.jdm-option.com/eng/feature/05_10/bodyup.html
        read under the FF street eg6 setup

        anyway..our stock fender brace seems to lack that magical horizontal piece...

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        • #5
          nice read!

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          • #6
            The bars look well made and obviously purpose built for our rides (almost look stock), wonder what the pricing will be like!

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            • #7
              Inner fence bar's good. Provides sharper cornering if not wrong. The only thing that scares me, is the need to remove the wiper assembly plus all the other front bumper, side body panel to reach the inner fender. The labour alone.....might be costy Better find a mate that's willing to help out i guess

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              • #8
                Originally posted by lovecolt View Post
                Inner fence bar's good. Provides sharper cornering if not wrong. The only thing that scares me, is the need to remove the wiper assembly plus all the other front bumper, side body panel to reach the inner fender. The labour alone.....might be costy Better find a mate that's willing to help out i guess
                after stripping clem's rcolt i think it will be a 3hr job... so that can be pricey better off doing it at a mates house for sure

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by filofaith View Post
                  after stripping clem's rcolt i think it will be a 3hr job... so that can be pricey better off doing it at a mates house for sure
                  glad i was of some use

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                  • #10
                    Often it's not the dismantling that's a pain, is the reassembly that can take ages, making sure everything fits properly, and that there are no spare screws/bolts left over!

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                    • #11
                      That front under bar looks tough as, keen if anyone can source one?

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