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Interesting! What's the product code number, please?
Is your RAV4 4WD? If so, do you recall the part number for their rear anti sway bar?I've had that on my '08 Limited for about five years or so along with their larger rear anti sway bar. Hard cornering at excessive speed yields a sharp and flat (very little body roll) response. The only negative is that it has to come off to service the air filter.
I'd love to share... Got it from the EBay seller "japmoto2013"Did you get the part from a Canadian distributor? Care to share if yes? Thanks.
Thank you for the link. Who's the carrier, FedEx? How badly were you dinged for custom brokerage fee & taxes? Final CDN$ cost, in your hand?I'd love to share... Got it from the EBay seller "japmoto2013"
Price was $151.00 USD which includes shipping.
Only took 11 days to get here, which I think is pretty darn fast as I think they're based out of Asia.
If memory serves me right it was UPS through Purolator. It's a little complicated but any UPS shipments to this region are carried by Purolator as UPS doesn't have infrastructure setup here. That said, I had it shipped to my office so it usually gets received by someone on my behalf. There was no mention of brokerage or any additional fees.Thank you for the link. Who's the carrier, FedEx? How badly were you dinged for custom brokerage fee & taxes? Final CDN$ cost, in your hand?
Thanks in advance.
Until I find my way to roads where I can really push front grip levels I can neither confirm or deny any changes in the amount of understeer.A strut tower bar almost ALWAYS increase under steer. Most cars understeer from the factory. A front strut tower bar is counter productive when trying to tune the suspension to ride "neutral".
That said, that is one clean looking bar. With tons of clearance and no rubbing. A front strut tower bar does tighten up the steering feel.
What you say appears to be true but I have witnessed none of this whatsoever. We have two '08 RAV V-6's. I can drive them back to back and there is no increased under steer in mine taking corners at speed. It simply takes a set and turns without drama. Certainly the larger anti sway bar helped the combination work together.A strut tower bar almost ALWAYS increase under steer.