[DML] Re: Front Strut Bar Question
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[DML] Re: Front Strut Bar Question


In all fairness I have never seen nor received a response on this bar 
as having a placebo effect. The only other mention of the word placebo 
on this list was about Castrol brake fluid and a custom air box (did a 
search). Please give it a try, as an engineer I believe you owe it to 
yourself to do so. 

In addition from all of the 100% positive reviews from people who 
bought one and installed it the biggest difference that was noted was 
how the front of the car handled bumpsteer, which is a significant 
issue on the car. Some said they noticed a slight difference in 
cornering to a very noticeable difference in cornering (depending on 
speed) but the bumpsteer was the #1 improvement.

I hope you do try it and give your honest feedback. Thanks!

Peter Kuchan  

--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "Cameron, Peter" <cameron@...> wrote:
> Tom,
> Reading through the responses on this list, I think at this point I 
have no choice but to do what you suggest, bolt it on and see if I can 
feel any difference. My engineering judgement tells me that what we 
are seeing is what another member of this list suggested - a placebo 
effect. But just the same, I agree with you. I have to bolt it on and 
see what happens.
> The person whose judgement I respect the most is Rob Grady. Not 
really fair of me to ask him to step into this, but just the same I'm 
quite curious regarding his opinion. Rob - any thoughts on this that 
you'd be willing to share? If not with the list, then with me off-line?
> Pete

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