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Seem interesting, but where does your concern come from?
No concern yet. The car is brand new and handles amazingly.
I just want to keep it that way for as long as possible...

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No concern yet. The car is brand new and handles amazingly.
I just want to keep it that way for as long as possible...

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It's super cool, great idea really... I wonder if it would effect the car in any negative way?
 

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It's super cool, great idea really... I wonder if it would effect the car in any negative way?
My question exactly...

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Those braces aren't going to help with any rattles you will be concerned about.


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Those braces aren't going to help with any rattles you will be concerned about.


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So, what are they useful for?

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interesting
 

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Stiffening the chassis.



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+1 -- A stiff chassis makes it easier to "dial in" suspension components like springs and shocks (and wheel alignment) to achieve optimum handling. In contrast, a flexible chassis will introduce uncertainties in things like steering response and the transition between understeer and oversteer, which translates into unpredictable handling.
 
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