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Old 02-25-2010, 04:53 PM   #1
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NEW!! Hotchkis Strut Bar and prototype sways/end links

Hey guys,

Hotchkis used my car to test some of their new products on my car. The first hotchkis strut bar kit looks, feels, and performs great! Cuts down on chassis flex and improves handling greatly. Oh yea almost forgot... The strut bar fits you guys runnning Magna Chargers.

Also they put their prototype end links and thicker sway bars on my car to test at the track. The end links replace those dinky stock ones, with some new beefy ones that will not bend. Especially if running the thicker sway bars that they are testing.

Here are some pics of the stuff. Hope you like it. Contact Hotchkis if you guys are interested! They are an awesome company, from their workers to their products.







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Hey guys,

Hotchkis used my car to test some of their new products on my car. The first hotchkis strut bar kit looks, feels, and performs great! Cuts down on chassis flex and improves handling greatly. Oh yea almost forgot... The strut bar fits you guys runnning Magna Chargers.

Also they put their prototype end links and thicker sway bars on my car to test at the track. The end links replace those dinky stock ones, with some new beefy ones that will not bend. Especially if running the thicker sway bars that they are testing.

Here are some pics of the stuff. Hope you like it. Contact Hotchkis if you guys are interested! They are an awesome company, from their workers to their products.







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do they have one for the rear top? ive been looking for top struts since i already have bottom ones i want in mind. havent seen any decent company to make top struts.
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do they have one for the rear top? ive been looking for top struts since i already have bottom ones i want in mind. havent seen any decent company to make top struts.
Are you taking about a strut bar in the trunk? For the rear wheels?

Not sure if they are going to make it. This strut bar looks amazing in person! They will be coming out soon
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Wow Man! That looks great!!!!
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Are you taking about a strut bar in the trunk? For the rear wheels?

Not sure if they are going to make it. This strut bar looks amazing in person! They will be coming out soon
Yup... im trying to go all out for suspension...just getting all the parts i want together then gonna have it done at once.

Hope they do..seems like they are the only ones (good ones) out there for camaro's
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Hey guys,

Hotchkis used my car to test some of their new products on my car. The first hotchkis strut bar kit looks, feels, and performs great! Cuts down on chassis flex and improves handling greatly. Oh yea almost forgot... The strut bar fits you guys runnning Magna Chargers.

Also they put their prototype end links and thicker sway bars on my car to test at the track. The end links replace those dinky stock ones, with some new beefy ones that will not bend. Especially if running the thicker sway bars that they are testing.

Here are some pics of the stuff. Hope you like it. Contact Hotchkis if you guys are interested! They are an awesome company, from their workers to their products.
Looks nice, bet you cant wait to take it on the track!!!
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