Join Date: Jun 2006
Location: Los Alamitos, CA
I was talking to James Kanteraki from SCCoA and he mentioned attaching a set of reinforcement bars to the frame running the length of the frame between the wheels, attached with around 10 bolts on each side. As a result, he reported the car tracked straighter and was more composed. Given that our cars aren't the stiffest thing in the world, I'd like to replicate the same thing on my car.
How would I go about doing this and what would be the best method of doing it?
I already have front and rear shock tower braces, L-brackets for the rear deck, lower engine cradle braces and a rear torsional load brace.
What materials would be best to use, and what anchor points should I use? Should I run on top of the rails or attach on the inboard exposed side of the rails?
96 Laser Red 4.6L - Custom
Custom Nascar-Inspired Bodykit - 55* Rear Spoiler - J-modded Trans - 80mm MAF - One-Off Diablosport Chipmaster Revolution Chip/Tune W/Toggle - ScanGaugeII Diagnostics & Data Readout - PBR Brakes - Drilled/Slotted Rotors - SC Wheels & Springs - Falken Tires - KYB GR-1 Shocks/Struts - FSTB - RSTB - RTLB - LECB - 60/40 Split Rear - SC Seats - SC Vac/Boost Gauge