the rattle sounds like the whole damn car is shaking can feel the vibration, i think its because the bar touches the block itself, then when the motor is vibrating it vibrates the bar which is attached to the body and causes the vibrating, its not a horrible vibration, otherwise i would remove it but if it can be fixed i would like to do so.
Ummm... if you're referring to the picture I posted, it's of a Powerhouse Racing Supra... not my IS...
I honestly wouldn't trade in my IS for a 98 Supra. The IS fits my needs a lot better than any Supra... then again, my cousin's Supra does consistently hit low 13s.
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On 2001-11-10 03:40, valuetl wrote:
Darth, that is a work of art. Very nice :smile:
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Just wanted to get more information on this problem with the Cusco strut bar. Anyone has pics of it installed on the IS300? Has the vibration issue been resolved? I am thinking on getting one if there is no issue with it. Please advise. Thanks :wink:
As far as I know, the Cusco bar will almost surely not fit the IS300 properly. While the photo shows a Cusco bar on a 2JZ-GTE equipped Supra, the throttle body is placed differently (here its on the side, while on the IS it's placed on top, lowering the amount of clearance under the hood) and of course, the Cusco bar is designed to fit with a 2L inline 4 as opposed to a 3L straight six. I considered importing the Cusco bar, but the amount of work it would take to make if fit the IS would make it quite expensive, but then again if there were a lot of people willing to put some money down on it, we could try importing it and see exactly how much would have to be done to make it fit right.
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