Rear Strut Tower Brace - 2012-2016 Impreza Wagon - Wrinkle Red
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Whether you're driving on the street, track or off road, you'll notice a difference in stiffening up the chassis of your Subaru Impreza Wagon & Sport. And now you can get the benefits of our front strut tower bars on the rear of your car as well. Locking up the outboard connection between your rear suspension and chassis is the first step to ensuring repeatable cornering and handling. The added benefit of reduced metal fatigue on the unibody of your car under aggressive cornering and trail and off road adventures is a welcome bonus.
WHY choose our solution? How is it different from other “strut tower bars”?
We start with a unique CNC machined conical cup at each of the mounting points of the brace, connected to a stitch welded twin tube design with optimal routing through the factory rear compartment. We then use CNC machined T301 Stainless Steel conical nuts to mount the conical cups to the strut top studs. As they are tightened down, they center the strut brace perfectly on the factory studs and achieve a ZERO deflection mounting solution. Pretty trick eh?
Yeah, but HOW is it different? Don’t all strut tower bars do that same thing?
No, not even close! Most designs for strut tower bars are multi piece designs to overcome fitment issues due to poor/lazy design and or cheap construction. This design puts almost all the strain on a flexible joint or on a bolt. If the point of a brace is to reduce chassis flex and the bar itself can flex on its own mount, how is that providing extra rigidity? If all you are looking for is some dress up for your interior and like decreasing your cars power to weight ratio by carrying around some shiny worthless metal then those bars are perfect for you. These bars work poorly. Most customers rarely notice a difference.
For the '12-16 Impreza, we have designed a twin-tube single piece weldment that fits cleanly in the rear compartment and allows for removal of the spare tire. Featuring a wrinkle black or red powder coated finish, the bar is finished off with a black anodized aluminum nameplate with a laser engraved Nameless logo. The result is an elegant, function-forward design that provides an attractive addition to your cars interior that actually works! Get the best Subaru Crosstrek performance mods and Impreza Wagon Performance Mods with Nameless Performance!
Want a discount on this part? Order along with any Nameless Performance component valued at $150 or higher and receive a $20 combo discount with the code FSTBCOMBO.
Fitment: Some trimming of the floor panel foam will be needed to reinstall the factory spare tire cover, which untrimmed is a tight but usable fit. Straightfoward job, let us know if you have any questions.
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