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Ultra Racing

Ultra Racing Rear Torsion Bar | 16-22+ Civic, 23+ Integra

Ultra Racing Rear Torsion Bar | 16-22+ Civic, 23+ Integra

Precio habitual $231.00 USD
Precio habitual $231.00 USD Precio de oferta $231.00 USD
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Fits:

  • 2016 - 2021 Honda Civic 1.5T
  • 2017 - 2020 Honda Civic Si
  • 2022+ Honda Civic 1.5T
  • 2022+ Honda Civic Si
  • 2023+ Acura Integra A-Spec

Note: will not fit 10th or 11th Gen Civic LX, or Type R as their trunk floors are different.

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Ultra Racing Rear Torsion Bar for 2016-2020 Honda Civic. Not to be confused with a Rear Sway Bar, the Rear Torsion Bar / Brace mounts to the rear subframe, and provides additional chassis rigidity.

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Reasad Farsad
Additional Rigidity

The Rear Torsion bar is an amazing addition to the Ultra Racing Rear trunk brace, which connects the suspension from top and bottom, making the rear end feel tighter, providing more rear end grip at corners.

Please remember the rear torsion bar might hit after market exhaust, but it is a easy fix by minor modification to the exhaust hanger or install of some rubber grommets as done on the Unity Performance's Red Si.

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Thusee Mahalingam
Excellent!

I installed mine in combination with the rear trunk brace. Initial impression, the rear end definitely tightened up with limited flex. I have it installed with the white line rear sway bar and eibach springs. Once i switched to coils it got even tighter and absolutely love it!.

Due to my aftermarket exhaust the hangers near the car were hitting it on a cold start so there was a bit of a rattle. Installed some rubber grommets where the hangers meet the bar and problem solved!

Definitely a great addition for anyone auto crossing or time attack!

Love the ingenuity to make other aftermarket parts compatible in situations where one part may intervene with the other. This should be helpful for anyone reading :)