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

The feel is very different and an improvment to me. I didn't want to cut my carpet so I created a new custom trunk "liner" that complaments the car I think. Here is a pic, let me know what you think. I have made this for a couple other people.

rob@xxxxxxxxxxx wrote:

I agree with Tom that you should put it on and try it so we could here your
opinion. A good customer of mine put one on his car and was impressed enough
to have me order a second one for his other DeLorean while it was in for
service. Although I was skeptical at first, for the same reasons as you are,
on the initial road test it felt like the car had a crisper feel on initial
turn-in for a corner and perhaps a flatter stance (hopefully not the
?placebo effect?:) although I would need more seat time to very this and any
other improvements. One negative is that it interferes with the trunk carpet
positioning unless you?re willing to drill holes in this currently
unavailable part. Perhaps my customer (also a DML?er) would want to comment
as well as he has both an early and a late VIN DMC with some what different
driving characteristics and both cars have the strut bar. My initial
impressions were positive.

Rob Grady, 

P.J.Grady Inc. 


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