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 #51867  by soylentgreen
 Tue Jul 21, 2020 1:01 pm
Hey Team!

in my digging for a ARB/Sway Bar for the Kizza, it looks like Ultra Racing in Malaysia has put some decent effort into producing chassis bracing and an ARB / Sway Bar!

Parts are as follows

    Front Chassis Bracing (4 point) (UR-LA4-3793)
    Rear Chassis Bracing (4 point) (UR-RL4-3795)
    Front Strut Bars (2 Point) (UR-TW2-3792)
    Mid Chassis Bracing (2 Point) (UR-ML2-3794)
    19mm ARB/Sway Bar (2 Point) (UR-AR19-591)

quick check with the local distributor here in my city and apparently parts are still orderable!

finally an alternative to the RRM/Whiteline/Progress Bars.
Last edited by soylentgreen on Tue Jul 21, 2020 1:19 pm, edited 2 times in total.
 #51870  by soylentgreen
 Tue Jul 21, 2020 1:14 pm
Comments from the vendor RE the above kit:

If you drive your vehicle from A to B, my advice is to get the rear sway bar and the front strut bar. If you have a heavy foot and like to take corners at a higher speed and you take your car to the track every now and again.

Then yes, you will get more out of it and you will notice the difference by using the lower bars. The lower bars' purpose is to stiffen and tie the chassis together on the weakness points.
Your car will feel like a go kart with the lower braces.

But keep in mind that if you are to lower your vehicle, there will be a chance you will scrap the bars, if it's in standard height, then you will have no issues.
 #51876  by Tom Kizzie
 Wed Jul 22, 2020 7:18 pm
If you want the strutbar (upper front.. Under the hood) for your gti i would first try the fitment cause i know people stating that it didnt fit under the hood. I had the same with omp swift gti strutbar. Had to shave some material of the corners. Also wiechers has nice swiftbgti strutbars.
 #51878  by Woodie
 Thu Jul 23, 2020 12:19 pm
Not worried about a front strut brace, I've got a huge four point brace underneath and that's where most of the flex comes from on a Swift. Plus, it's a turbo, and the intercooler and scoop are probably in the way of any mass produced brace.
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That's from a Jolopnik artice about my car from just before I bought it.
https://jalopnik.com/for-3-700-this-pon ... 1584458033