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Postby blackielaw » Mon Jul 25, 2005 9:30 am

My adventure with strutbracer:

I checked their website for a strutbrace for my Lanos. I send them an email and they said they had it in stock, they also gave me a price +shipping. However I did not order.

Whilst checking out ebay I saw that they had put a Lanos strutbrace for auction. The price was slightly cheaper than the website price. I bidded and won the auction. However when it can to shipping costs, they charged me twice as much as they had quoted me when I had contaced them by email previously! I emailed them and they said that my strutbrace was still in Italy (cuz it is OMP) and it should be available in 2 days. So they sold me an item which they didnt have in stock, and I was also paying for having shipped from Italy to England, then to Malta! It would have been a cheaper deal if I caught a plane and went to England and got it myself, really!

The website also that they deliver all items by courier (2 to 5 days). A week and a half have passed and still no strutbrace...
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Postby Audacity Racing » Mon Jul 25, 2005 2:37 pm

how much did you end up paying for everything?
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Postby blackielaw » Mon Jul 25, 2005 3:01 pm

$166 to be precise, 95.63GBP
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Postby blackielaw » Fri Aug 05, 2005 11:38 am

recieved the strutbrace at last. Damn lazy deliveryguy just left it near the door and left. Bar looks good especially cuz its adjustable... just have to figure out how to adjust it however!

Would recommend but be prepared to wait as it is a special order item.
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Postby UK_REZ_ESSEXRACERS.COM » Tue Aug 16, 2005 11:44 pm

i ordered mine thru ebay, shipped from uk, to uk, looks really good, you wana adjust it so it pushes the suspension outwards...to keep it stiff. dont do to much, get it so its reasonably tight, then go round one turn...worked wonders for me, keep playing with it till your happy.
for uk street racing, check www.essexracers.com
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