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Came back last weekend from 1,300 round trip ride from northern NJ to Myrtle Beach, car rode great and even got good MPG.. ~ 26. Noticed the front end flexes a bit on rough road or when hitting rough bridge/road. Figured a strut brace will help. I know there are many out there including 2 bolt & 4 bolt options. Also, we have the Factory Plenum Engine cover that it needs to clear. Please let me know what you feel is best one out there for the $$. And if I should just look at 4 bolt ones and stay away from the 2 bolt ones?? thanks a lot
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'08 White GT-CS 5 speed Vert w/3:55; IUP w/Charcoal, Dove inserts, Comfort & Ambient, HIDs, Sirius w/Trip Tunes, wheel locks & anti-theft; Pony Engine Cover, 14" Antenna and rear black panel between Sequential tail-lights; love all the modest mods
My car came with the Ford Racing model that looks similar to the Stack Racing. I loved it but had to remove it once I installed the plenum cover. The FR bar cleared the cover but dug into it once the car was in motion. I had to install the Steeda model below. Which by the way, does not perform as well as the FR bar. Are you positive the Stack clears the plenum? I may look at getting one too. I miss the tight feel of the FR bar.
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