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i driving satria and i want to install lower arm bar, does it affect car alignment ?
do i need to re-alignment my car after me install ?
do it have any side effect ?
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yest must do alignment back...

but no point installing it...because that 2 point where the bar mounted was the strongest point in car chassis...
 
i driving satria and i want to install lower arm bar, does it affect car alignment ?
do i need to re-alignment my car after me install ?
do it have any side effect ?
Proton+wira+rear+lab+2p.jpg

Is no point to install this bar.
Advise to put in anti-roll bar or rear top strut bar instead of this bar.
I also notice that ur car do not have 4 points lower arm bar at the front.
Save some money and go for it... help a lot on the handling.:driver:
 
Good question. My car have that too but people told me that it doesn't really do anything.
 
Yes u must redo the allignment as the holding screw will effect the camber setting if not mistaken.

Effect?
Not much really which is why its cheap. I wanted to remove mine and use it as a defensive weapon.

IMHO,
u should install the front strut, front lower, rear ARB, rear upper, room bar and be done with it.
If u still come back and tell me u are not satisfied, i will bang u on with the UR bar i just removed earlier...hahaha.

Seriously, i believe those bar are enough. Unless u are a track kaki.
 
Good question. My car have that too but people told me that it doesn't really do anything.

Looks nice for the guy behind to see it......:rofl:

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Yes u must redo the allignment as the holding screw will effect the camber setting if not mistaken.

Yup, that screw is for rear camber adjustment...:smokin:
 
Looks nice for the guy behind to see it......:rofl:

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Yup, that screw is for rear camber adjustment...:smokin:

Looks dumb after hearing all of you saying it is like useless. But I saw before many Wira with the similar bar with mine. According to my mother, this lower arm bar came along like one set when the strut bar is purchased. That was long time ago, I'm still in kindergarten back then. :rofl:

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Looks dumb after hearing all of you saying it is like useless. But I saw before many Wira with the similar bar with mine. According to my mother, this lower arm bar came along like one set when the strut bar is purchased. That was long time ago, I'm still in kindergarten back then. :rofl:

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If you look at the solid metal that the bar is attached too, it not that soft to flex, right?:rolleyes:
 
Still, I think extra reinforcement from bars might still help in rigidity although it is very little.


i still stand that it wouldn't help at all..

do you think the point that manufacturer put mounting screw for lower arm can flex easily?

see at the front lower arm mounting point also...


those 2 places was the strongest point in car chassis....unlike the strut tower that have thinner material and bigger surface area.....
 

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