I'm not against it but considering we don't exactly have race cars, what would the benefits be? I know "better" handling was mentioned, but wouldn't the added stiffness mean harsher ride quality?
A strut bar like this isn't really going to be noticeable in a straight line, you'll gain some benefit in the corners.
It's not going to degrade the ride quality in any discernible way.
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No I don't sorry. It's straight forward. Follow the plastic pop out plugs and bolts. You will have to remove the wiper blade motor.
Without body stiffeners like the bar they installed, the body ends up flexing when you turn. This ends up feeling like the car is not that nimble, or that it isn't solid as you might expect. Strut and shock tower braces are very easy ways to keep the body from flexing side to side, and makes the car feel like one solid piece of metal, and makes it seems more "telepathic" when cornering, because it seems to respond quicker to turn-ins.