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Old 30th July 2013, 23:16   #81 (permalink)
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I herd you can file down the bar a little if you are have clearance problems.
No need file anything, all you need do is space the u brackets further out (closer to the wheels). The instructions were written based on a FN2 with oem exhaust as stated I had issues with the Milltek as the back box is bigger than oem so fitting the brackets as per instructions you could instantly see they were catching the exhaust box with car in the air so I moved the brackets so they sat either side of the box and have no issues
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I never noticed it being too hard at all, just the massively improved handling. It did catch on the Martelius initially, but ABP kindly sorted that and it is now completely silent - an awesome mod, well worth the money.

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Just a little review after i got mine fitted front and rear arb + uprated drop links. Didn't think the car would handle any better as it was amazing on coilovers, frs and an mfactory diff.. Feels even more keaner to turn, miles sharper and feels a little lighter at the front end. Far less body roll especially from the front end of the chassis. The rear feels more active, can get a lot more lift off oversteer which is nice adding a little more driver involvement. Will provide more feedback towards the end of year of how it feels at oulton park compared to last year.

The drop links are twice as thick as the o.e.m ones. There was a slight thud which appeared to come from the o.e.m drop links or dampers. Noticed this on a road near me. Same road, same speed no thud at all absolutely brilliant. Highly recommend the drop links as the o.e.m ones are not very good.

One of the best mods you can buy, great fun around roundabouts and noticeable enough to justify buying for daily use.
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That's very similar to my experience very pleased with what it's done for the car.
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Must admit I was also extremely pleased with the difference the RARB made. Also had the uprated drop links fitted.

Didn't go for the front ARB as worried it might detract from the rear and reintroduce some understeer.

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Is the uprated droplinks by Whiteline as well?

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I don't see the point in the links myself. Its not you'll notice a change over a std item. If your going very low and you need a shorter link just get a shorter one by asking at ECP to compare a few different ones.

The 8th gen ones are just longer ones as used on 6L Ibiza's and 8P A3s
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I don't see the point in the links myself. Its not you'll notice a change over a std item. If your going very low and you need a shorter link just get a shorter one by asking at ECP to compare a few different ones.

The 8th gen ones are just longer ones as used on 6L Ibiza's and 8P A3s
Agreed. The only reason I went with them was that I had play in one of the front ones and it was banging away at times.


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With the links the front end seems to glide over bumps so much nicer no clunks at all. The o.e.m links are very weak and only last for a few years before they need replacing.
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Snapped one of these up while it was on offer with you guys over Xmas.

Will be getting it fitted in the next month - what setting should I have it on for fast road use? Car won't be on track

Will be lowered with Eibach 15mm Springs, Bolts/Shims and FRSU.
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Snapped one of these up while it was on offer with you guys over Xmas.

Will be getting it fitted in the next month - what setting should I have it on for fast road use? Car won't be on track

Will be lowered with Eibach 15mm Springs, Bolts/Shims and FRSU.
I have mine on the stiffest setting and works great with my other mods. Roundabouts etc become more fun

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Second stiffest hole setting for me. Seems a good balance.
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Hi. I just bought rear upper strut bar and I got rarb on already. Can I expect any improvement with both on?
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Absolutely Hub, using the tower brace allows the suspension to work as a single unit. You will be surprised at the difference


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Revs will back me up on this I think


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Thanks. I'll back you up soon.
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Second stiffest hole setting for me. Seems a good balance.
Might also try it on this setting. The car isn't used for track so the stiffest setting may be too much.
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i dropped mine off by one setting and i already had a rear boot bar and j's racing bar's, meister r's coilovers, frs, spoon collar kits fitted. i put it straight back to the hard setting as soon as i could and haven't looked back since.
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