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


Thank you for your honest input. I am glad that you tried it instead 
of staying skeptical. In all honesty and I expalined this before, 
when I made my prototype I wasn't sure what to expect. All I knew 
was there was the gap between both strut towers and no significant 
weight up front (engine) and with the way the front of the 
car "floats" in cornering I thought hmmm maybe there is a lot of 
unwanted flexing up front. 

I made my first bar and thought if it worked great and if it didn't 
well atleast I tried. I ended up noticing a very good improvement 
and decided to make a bar that would be better for market. I still 
wasn't sure what people might think but with every sale came a very 
happy customer and here we are today. 

Peter Kuchan

--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, <rob@...> wrote:
> Pete,  
> 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 
> "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 
> driving characteristics and both cars have the strut bar. My 
> impressions were positive.
> Rob Grady, 
>  P.J.Grady Inc. 

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