You should do a little bit of evasive driving before you install the Strut Bar and then install it and do the same evasive course you did before the install and see if there is a big difference. I had an EG3 Civic and found that the Strut Bar didnt give a significant difference, plus, she was in like new condition and the unibody was stiffer than Ron Jeremy. Since the Versa is new and should be structurally very strong, maybe a Strut Bar will yield no results? Let us know!
you will notice a very nice difference in the handling of the V. i noticed it even more when a couple months later i took it off for some reason and drove without it, oh man! i didn't make it around the block before i put it back on. and yes with the springs, very nice difference
I did! I plan on going warp speed! Cool part of it is, my sister has rolls of vinyl and a cutting machine!!! I get all the free custom decals I want to go with it. Seriously, if I never get a single fraction of mpg better, less wind drag, or increased downforce from them at least for simple asthetics and one hell of a conversation piece they're worth 20 bucks .
Did you guys raise the car for the install? I hear conflicting stories on what to do and not what to do. Some say raising the car puts more stress on the bar when done, and the struts may fall out during installation, some say you want to raise the car for better results. What do you guys think?