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Old 04-02-2008, 06:46 PM
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Front Strut Tower Brace
TRD Strut Tower Braces increase the chassis rigidity of selected Toyota and Scion models, reducing flex and handling imprecision in aggressive cornering or rough-road driving. They deliver improved steering response, enhanced cornering performance and provide a tighter, more rigid feel overall.They are constructed of lightweight, high-strength steel tubing, crafted to fit with exacting precision. Each application is rigorously checked for fit and function and road-tested over a variety of surfaces to eliminate squeaks, rattles, or excessive ride harshness. In applications that already include stock braces, the TRD braces replace and enhance the stock braceā€™s looks and performance.

so my question is, has anyone put one of these on their 2007 camry se?

2007 toyota Camry Se. 11,000 miles
Old 04-02-2008, 07:09 PM
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I do not have a strut brace on a Camry. But I have front and rear braces on a E36. I could not feel a huge difference I would do a rear sway bar before a strut brace. In my car the rear sway bar made a huge difference. In my Camry I have a Whiteline sway bar and it helps a lot.
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