Can't quite make up your mind if TB is right for you and your car? Pull up a chair, watch some of these videos, and take a look at what sets us apart from other companies!
Round Tube vs Square Tube vs Rectangular Tube Demystified!
Heim Joints- Them vs Us
Chassis Braces- Exceeding Competitors!!
Everything You Could Want to Know About Cups
Sway Bars Versus Chassis Braces
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Chassis Braces are the most overlooked part of building a performance car. People will buy an intake then exhaust then coilovers when they begin the process of modifying their car. Chassis Braces are viewed as the last piece of the puzzle or a "bonus part." This logic has some flaws in it however. Chassis braces provide the best "bang for your buck" when attempting to extract everything out of your ride! These parts shore up deficits in the stock platform and don't impact the drive-ability of the car. Not only do they make the car a more stable platform to work on, but the price is in competition with an intake. Now you may say, "yeah but I want a little more power and braces don't add any horsepower or torque!" By having a unified chassis you are able to put more power down to the ground! These products help extract every ounce of power by making sure none is lost in chassis slop, wheel hop, or flex. When you think about an intake giving you only a few horsepower but compromising engine reliability, leaning out AFR's, and negatively affecting drive-ability why would this be the FIRST modification to chose? The same can be said for exhaust. It seems counterproductive. By contrast installing a full set of braces will not only improve handling, and drag times, but also make it easier to learn how to drive your car to the best of its ability. If the chassis becomes more predictable you will have an easier time taking your car to its limits because you will have a more tangible limit. We don't modify cars for the sake of adding parts to car, we modify cars to fix problems in the car. In today's world of advanced 4 cylinder designs factory intake and exhaust systems are refined so far that its hard to extract any more power out of them without removing emissions control devices, yet the factory chassis is as weak as ever!
Take our sponsored Ford Fiesta. The car is COMPLETELY stock with the exception of a full TB Performance Brace kit. At the track it was beating cars that had far more power than it including turbo miatas, modified 370z's, even STI's and Evos!