The next best thing to seam welding... stiffen the uni-body in all aspects. The cowl stabilizers braces join the thinner fender material into the stout core of the uni-body via four locations. Our square tubing offers the best torsion stiffness via uniform geometry and larger cross-sectional area, yielding in better tension and compression than plate and rectangular styles while offering the lowest weight to strength ratio. The main tube directly ties the lower door hinge, the stiffest area of the uni-body, to the upper mounting point of the fender, area of the least structure. The triangulated center of the brace transfers load across the entire section of the fender area. The braces keep close to the chassis to help eliminate flexing between the four mounting locations. Powder coated in silver vain gray. Cowl Stabilizer Braces installation instructions.
- Square tubing design
- Laser-cut and CNC formed mounting areas
- TIG and MIG welded
- Powder coated in silver vain gray.
- Hardware included
- Lightweight design 3lbs total.
Fenders will need to be removed for installation. Fits both NA and NB models.
PLEASE NOTE - we have recently update the powder coating color of all products to a hammer-tone black/silver-vane. The product will diff from the red shown in the product images until we have update our entire catalog to reflect.
|Dimensions||4 × 18 × 16 in|
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I installed these prior to a track weekend and noticed a huge difference. The front felt so much more planted and confidence inspiring! Not only do they make the car feel great, I have a set of fender vents installed and they give the car a pop of color through the vents!
Not heavy, look better quality than the FM version ones.
The instructions were great and made the install a breeze. After installing these and putting some miles on the car, I noticed that the front end felt more responsive in the corners and more stable at higher speeds.
Bolted these up to my 94 without drama. Fitment was spot on, no clearance issues with the fender and noticed significant reduction in cowl shake on uneven roads.