I would not recommend the Dinan Strut Bar. You see how thin it is in width and how it tapers down even thinner towards the mounts....this doesn't offer much support. You want something like in the pictures below, something that is a straight bar all the way across. This will offer you more stability than the Dinan. Don't get me wrong, Dinan makes great parts....just not when it comes to strut bars.
looks like a good deal. (the racing dynamics one) but how does the rear one attach? ive seen pictures with it installed in the trunk (i think) but when i check the trunk of my 325is it has no strut tower hook-ups that i can see...i guess you have to rip up the carpet and replace it...?
i plan first on getting a chip, cross drilled rear rotors and then strut bars. (1994 e36)
__________________ <span style='font-family:Arial'>1994 BMW 325is // White // 5 Speed
Yeah, you can just cut small holes to accomodate the size of the strut bar in the carpet. You'd be amazed at all the things behind and under carpets
__________________ 1996 318i
5 Speed Manual
Alpine CDA-7895 Head Unit
12" Alpine Type-R, sealed box
Pioneer 400w amp for $20 at a yard sale (to replace my fried MRV-1507)
Infinity Kappa 4" 2-way speakers(rear)
Infinity Kappa 5.25" component speakers(front)
Debaffled airbox, K&N filter
Tracked Mud on carpets
Shampooed and cleaned carpets
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