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Old 11-17-2016, 12:55 PM   #1
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Default EVO R dry carbon fiber strut bar 350z

Evo dry carbon strut bar. Has a small impression from the intake pushing the underside. I'd also like to note that the pic looks like there's a crack, but it's just an impression from a strand of carbon or the mold. The underside of the bar has many places like that. I have stood on this thing, it's very strong.

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Odds this fits a g35 sedan?
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nope, apparently just 350z
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Question 1: Will it fit HR? Seeing how it chipped, I'm doubting it fits..
Questions 2: How much do you weigh?
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strut bars that are made for the DE will not clear the HR,
UNLESS you use spacer to raise it up.
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strut bars that are made for the DE will not clear the HR,
UNLESS you use spacer to raise it up.
I know. Some strut bars are slightly taller which can work though they were for the DE.
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I kinda gave up on them, the ARC fits but is expensive and hard to find, so i just had mine hydro dipped to match my engine bay
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This has to be a lot lighter than the OEM right? even the attachment points is carbon?
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^OP you got a weight of this?

OEM is 7lbs...
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2.95LBS according to my shipping scale and it is all one piece, so I'll assume it's all dry carbon.

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I have no idea on an HR, I have no idea on a stock intake manifold on a DE how much clearance. I used this with the Crawford intake plenum and had to stick a couple thick washers under it. Those intakes are known to be unable to use a standard strut bar.
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