Good call! I will likely being getting some sort of coilover for the cube, so I guess ill get them first then measure..and look for options..1QuickCube said:If you plan on getting the S-0C Coilovers I would double check with Tanabe or check to see if it will clear. They might know or might not (since they probably didn't do any testing with the Nismo bar). You need enough space to clear the top hat.
Yeah I noticed that when cars pass by me when Im in a turning lane..the car rocks haha..I mean iI didnt expect anything less its a giant box but I see this helping..moopy said:My friend opened my hood and started swaying it.... then we easily came to the conclusion that a front strut bar is definately needed on the cube... I do recommend everyone to go get one too.
Is your cube a 2010? Those bolts you have to undo to bolt in the brackets....what do they hold in place? When you take them out does something underneath suddenly fall apart?relicxdude said:I did not know about the nismo strut bar, but I just installed the tanabe strut bar yesterday. I was amazed at the difference it made. I would highly recommend it to anyone looking for a great handling upgrade for a low price. :yes:
Thanks much!Rubik said:No, nothing will fall out installing them. Just leave the car on the ground, unbolt the bolts and put the strut bar on. It's pretty straight forward. The bolts hold in the struts (that's the reason it's car a strut tower, and the brace is called a strut tower bar). I really want the DC Strut tower bar for mine, and I know about how it interferes with the hood prop holder. That's why I'm gonna use NRG hood dampers to hold up the hood and remove the hood prop system that is OEM. BTW, I do not know whether or not the NISMO piece has this same problem.