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    Tie bars?

    Do they make tie bars for the 3g? If not has anyone done or thought of modifying ones to fit the 3g? And if people dont know what they are, there like strut bars but they go under the car. Heres what im talking about.

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    The civic's and teg's that those are made for, actually need them. Accord's have different construction where they are not needed.
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    Oh ok, but I saw they are made for the 90-93 accord and thought they had similar suspension thats why I asked. So even if one was fabed it would be make no difference on the car?
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    I could see using them on the accord or the lude if someone was doing a hard core works race car. One thats ment to compeate in serious hardcore track event's. Then, just maybe you'd benefit. The accord and the lude have different construction that greatly deminish's any possible gain from tieing in the lower suspension points. The civic and teg are known to be weak their, that's the real reason those tie bar's exist. I have a feeling that DC sports caved into customer demand for the accord and the lude as oppossed to their being a real need or reason. I think their's a ton of other truely beneficial things that one could do to the 3g vs spending money having someone engineer a lower tie bar for our cars, just to say it. In the same breath, I think they'd look cool on the car.
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    Yeah I just thought they'd look cool too.
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