PORSCHE 944 STRUT BRACE


Have you ever wondered why, during hard cornering, your car handles differently? Well, racers have discovered that this is due to the shock towers spreading apart. When this occurs, positive camber is induced into your suspension causing the car to handle poorly. To reduce this positive camber, racers have put a strut brace between the shock towers to maintain the proper camber.

At KLA Industries LLC. we have been working to develop a strut brace that not only eliminated this problem but also found a balance between weight, durability, strength and cost. We have finally reached the perfect balance of each.  Mounting brackets are 7 gauge steel, laser cut, zinc electroplate for corrosion resistance.   Bar is 6061-T6 aluminum for weight savings.  Ends are zinc plated, chromate treated C1045 steel.  Ball is 52100 bearing steel, heat treated, hard chrome plated.  Bar and ends are left/right threaded so bar may be pre-loaded.  We utilize no slots for bolts to slide.  All adjustments are via the threaded ends.  All hardware is grade 8 and is included.

Read the review by Matt at p-caronline.com.

Comments by David Ray posted on Rennlist-9/27/03......
I received and installed (less than 15 minutes) the 944 strut brace from KLA this past week. This weekend was do or die - needless to say the difference is remarkable and the price is right for any 944 owner. Look no further -

Fits all 8V cars, 924S, 944 and 951.  Does not fit 924.

  $149.95
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$34.95

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