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Old July 8th, 2003, 02:42 PM   #1
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IN STOCK !!! Cusco Strut Bars and Lower Tie Bars

Fits all newer TL, CL, 6gen AccordV6 or 4cylinder .

These are In stock Items, priced are listed Retail.

$15USD Shipping for all Products.

by Paypal to [email protected]
by Fax or Phone
-->Credit Card will be charged in Canadian Currency.

Cusco Products:

Type OS Strut bar : $263cdn ~ $188usd (as of 1.4 rate)
Type ST Strut bar(New Design RARE!) : $215cdn ~ $154usd (as of 1.4 rate)
Front Lower Tie Bar: $135cdn ~ $96usd(as of 1.4 rate)

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Model-------------------------Quantity

Type OS ------------------------- 1
Type ST ------------------------- 2
Front Lower Arm Bar ------------------------- 2


If you have any questions please contact me by PM or AIM(ZealB6)
To order please give us a call at (604)325-1882 or email me at [email protected] .

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I'll take one Type OS.
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I don't really know too much about strut bars, can you just tell me what's trpy OS and type ST?
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does the lower arm bar, go where the sway bar goes?
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Originally posted by starcrap12 on July 9th, 2003 at 10:52 PM

I don't really know too much about strut bars, can you just tell me what's trpy OS and type ST?
Type-OS is Oval Shape Tower bar

Type-ST is adjustable all steel , it can be adjust to soft to tighter settings.
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does the lower arm bar, go where the sway bar goes?

Lower arm connects to the sub frame.



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so it looks like it is put in a different place than the sway bar, right? or is the lower arm bar put in the middle chassis?
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so it looks like it is put in a different place than the sway bar, right? or is the lower arm bar put in the middle chassis?

u can see the sways bar on the 1st pic .

located right below drive shaft as u can see .
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Hey RDX, that looks like the FRONT lower tie bar. And is the bar the lowest point of the car? And is the handling difference similar to the effect of adding a strut tower bar? Thanks.

[EDIT]: I read your other post on the GB. Why don't you rename your lower tie bar to front lower tie bar so that people won't get confused. But what's your opinion on the handling effects? Does it increase understeer since it's stiffening the front chassis? Thanks.

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Originally posted by showgunz on July 22nd, 2003 at 10:22 AM

Hey RDX, that looks like the FRONT lower tie bar. And is the bar the lowest point of the car? And is the handling difference similar to the effect of adding a strut tower bar? Thanks.

[EDIT]: I read your other post on the GB. Why don't you rename your lower tie bar to front lower tie bar so that people won't get confused. But what's your opinion on the handling effects? Does it increase understeer since it's stiffening the front chassis? Thanks.

Yes lower tie bar is the lowest point of the car, however it located around the center of the wheels... so when ur going over a speed bump... the lowest part of your wheel go up, so as the front lower tie bar.... Unless you are crossing side way(one wheel on each side of the speed bump) then it may ahve some clearance issue for those who lowered alot.

Handling wise, it will tight up the lower chassis(especially V6 has heavy engine, and put lots of stress into the sub-frame) and both wheel together.... It does feel alot tigter over the corner. It improves handling without increasing understeer , and lots of customer told me that It felt better than the Strut Tower bars)
At this price and quality, It worth every penny.
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Does cusco have any other colors for the lower tie bar?
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anymore lower tie bars left?
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yep, Cusco 's main brand color is blue. Its kinda their own thiing.
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So for the lower one does it come with bolts??
and do you have to make holes or r they in the sub frame already ??? thanks
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So for the lower one does it come with bolts??
and do you have to make holes or r they in the sub frame already ??? thanks
you use the bolts from your sub frame .....take off the bolt and tight it back on
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