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Re: ESP.net 98-02 Accord Traction Bar System with Front Torque Mount Kit F/H 4 cyl Mo

i will be giving you guys a call some time i had no clue about your traction bar
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Re: ESP.net 98-02 Accord Traction Bar System with Front Torque Mount Kit F/H 4 cyl Mo

Any more info on this? Reviews from people who actually used it?

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Re: ESP.net 98-02 Accord Traction Bar System with Front Torque Mount Kit F/H 4 cyl Mo

does this company still exist?
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Re: ESP.net 98-02 Accord Traction Bar System with Front Torque Mount Kit F/H 4 cyl Mo

Originally Posted by xci.ed6 View Post
does this company still exist?

Sir,
I would appreciate it if you would ease up on this gentleman and his company. You have yet to post/provide any hard data for your arguement as stated earlier in this thread. Unless you can "disprove" this traction bar set up, your integrity seems to be "null and void".

My apologies if I seem harsh. I probably should take it to PM's as not to clutter the OP's thread. However, I want him to know that he does have people on this site that support him fully.



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Re: ESP.net 98-02 Accord Traction Bar System with Front Torque Mount Kit F/H 4 cyl Mo

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does this company still exist?
^Agreed, are they still around and as someone said a few threads above, anyone able to review this and tell of us any gains?
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Re: ESP.net 98-02 Accord Traction Bar System with Front Torque Mount Kit F/H 4 cyl Mo

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^Agreed, are they still around and as someone said a few threads above, anyone able to review this and tell of us any gains?
There are no gains to be had, only less wheel hop. My car feels less skittish at high speeds, and more predictable around fast turns with the stock subframe in place. Unless you're only racing in a straight line, and wheel spin is present in second and third gears, I don't recommend switching to this traction bar.
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Re: ESP.net 98-02 Accord Traction Bar System with Front Torque Mount Kit F/H 4 cyl Mo

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There are no gains to be had, only less wheel hop. My car feels less skittish at high speeds, and more predictable around fast turns with the stock subframe in place. Unless you're only racing in a straight line, and wheel spin is present in second and third gears, I don't recommend switching to this traction bar.
Thanks! On to other things on my list then
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Re: ESP.net 98-02 Accord Traction Bar System with Front Torque Mount Kit F/H 4 cyl Mo

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There are no gains to be had, only less wheel hop. My car feels less skittish at high speeds, and more predictable around fast turns with the stock subframe in place. Unless you're only racing in a straight line, and wheel spin is present in second and third gears, I don't recommend switching to this traction bar.
Damn! I was looking at this for my future turbo setup

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Re: ESP.net 98-02 Accord Traction Bar System with Front Torque Mount Kit F/H 4 cyl Mo

Originally Posted by WHEEELMAN View Post
Sir,
I would appreciate it if you would ease up on this gentleman and his company. You have yet to post/provide any hard data for your arguement as stated earlier in this thread. Unless you can "disprove" this traction bar set up, your integrity seems to be "null and void".


Originally Posted by AFAccord View Post
There are no gains to be had, only less wheel hop. My car feels less skittish at high speeds, and more predictable around fast turns with the stock subframe in place. Unless you're only racing in a straight line, and wheel spin is present in second and third gears, I don't recommend switching to this traction bar.
Thuryago. BTW, IIRC I had previously posted in January (2014) and no company replies (IIRC) since...
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Re: ESP.net 98-02 Accord Traction Bar System with Front Torque Mount Kit F/H 4 cyl Mo

Originally Posted by AFAccord View Post
There are no gains to be had, only less wheel hop. My car feels less skittish at high speeds, and more predictable around fast turns with the stock subframe in place. Unless you're only racing in a straight line, and wheel spin is present in second and third gears, I don't recommend switching to this traction bar.
Ty for this +1

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Thuryago. BTW, IIRC I had previously posted in January (2014) and no company replies (IIRC) since...
You called it a long time ago and clearly the vendor kept ignoring your input. +1
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