2018+ Honda Accord "Throwback" Front Strut Bar

2018+ Honda Accord "Throwback" Front Strut Bar

PRL Motorsports SKU: PRL-HA10-STRUT

5.0 / 5.0 based on 3 reviews

$229.99

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Expected Jul 16

Fits all 2018+ Honda Accord 1.5T & 2.0T
Fits all variant models including RHD, International Models, Etc.

As a company founded by enthusiasts with grassroots racing history dating back into the late 90’s our team understands the importance of keeping Honda’s racing heritage alive. Our goal with the Throwback Strut Bar project was to design a strut bar that was as light and structurally rigid as possible while reminiscent of the OEM strut bar offered on the iconic DC2 Acura Integra Type-R. The PRL Motorsports Throwback Strut Bar increases chassis strength, rigidity, and drastically reduces body flex to improve vehicle handling. Factory mounting points are retained for ease of installation and to meet various racing class specifications, such as SCCA Street Touring. This design is perfect for track users and daily drivers.

Technical Notes:

  • Custom 6061 Aluminum Extruded Tubing to PRL Specifications, Anodized Clear
  • 10 Gauge Steel Brackets w/ Gussets, E-Coated Black
  • Increases Chassis Strength & Rigidity
  • Eliminates Body Flex & Deflection
  • CNC Machined Logo
  • Zinc Coated, High-Strength Hardware

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Paul Kalus
“throwback” Front Strut Bar

Awesome addition to the car. Performs as expected.

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Ghost_fk8_CV2
"Strut Bar"

I like it handling improved I still have more work to do tho... I'll keep "PRL" posted.

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Justin Jones
Perfect addition to your engine bay

This piece came in very well packaged and had not a scratch or scuff on it. Installation was pretty straightforward but the tolerance is pretty tight. Fit and finish were both excellent. It does fit with the OEM engine cover but just barely. Will probably remove it before long. Haven't gotten to push it hard yet. The plates for the strut towers are VERY well made, no waste or sloppy welds here. That being said the bolts will probably need to be tightened once I put some miles on it, as due to the thickness of the plates not a ton of thread engagement. It's on there but would've preferred another 1/2 turn. Just not alot of thread exposed plus beefy plate.