The Torque Gusset Front Traction Bar is a chassis brace that ties the entire front crossmember to the A arm suspension to cut down on bushing and chassis deflection. This deflection is one of the main causes of torque steer and wheel hop. Wheel hop and torque steer are virtually eliminated with this brace!
-Fits Manual and DSG
-Helps protect oil pans by acting as a skid plate that also improves handling!
-Clears aftermarket motor mounts
-4 Point Construction tying into the Rear A-arm mounting points for extra rigidity
-Lattice work construction to reinforce and give you the ultimate in wheel hop and torque steer reduction
-Heavy duty CNC billet end cups
-High gloss double black powdercoat finish
-Hand MIG and TIG welded Construction
-Made in the USA
Will not fit with Audi aluminum subframe. Please see the 2 point traction bar for a brace that works with the Audi subframes
only thing i wanna see in a review is what the product did for you.
these braces are mandatory on the Golf R, even for street only drivers like myself. The creeking and stress noises from the chassis of the car are as gone as you could expect considering the abuse from nyc streets and myself(i'm a rough owner) that the little beast sees everyday.
From a performance standpoint, my suspension only has the springs still stock, bilsteins(dcc)shocks, superpro lca's(with superloud rear heim joints). and h&r solid bars front n back. Your braces are practically a bolt on structural roll cage and their presence on the machine is obvious and mandatory or you tell everyone the moron on the internet doesn't know what he's talkin about🤣
i refuse to replace the stock rear suspension until it wears out, so i'll add more rear braces later to go with the rear tunnel and rear tower on there now, which silenced the creeky box tremendously.
Real deal shit for speeders! Great quality too, gusset torsion brace(all pieces for that matter) inpires confidence the second you pick it up. Solid with no vibration, light efficient designs are impressive. Be advised, i changed my lower dogbone mount to a bfi stage i insert and the new nut location hits a crossbar of the brace, had no choice but to dremel a window or remove the crosspiece, decided to remove it alltogether, in my mind minimal impact to performance(and i had no choice).