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10-03-2013 10:08 PM
PatrickStern Just installed mine.
Only regret I have is that I wish I would have got it sooner. It is a difference In handling and I feel much more glued to the road. I really recommend this affordable upgrade.

2011 SE 2.4
09-25-2013 12:36 PM
PatrickStern Just got a message from the seller. He has already shipped the order! What a quick turn around. Payed yesterday and already shipped today. Thats some awesome service right there.
09-24-2013 03:22 PM
PatrickStern
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Originally Posted by Bobb4484 View Post
PatrickSterm - When I installed my nameless strut bar the nuts were not torqued and there has never been a problem. Just good and secure but not too tight is the way it was installed.

I did look it up in my manual for you and the torque value listed is 32.5 - 43.4 LB FT. Does not appear to be critical per the large spread.

Bob
Thank you sir for that information! So i just won't tighten it to hard and it should be fine,
Thanks again!
09-24-2013 03:00 PM
Bobb4484 PatrickSterm - When I installed my nameless strut bar the nuts were not torqued and there has never been a problem. Just good and secure but not too tight is the way it was installed.

I did look it up in my manual for you and the torque value listed is 32.5 - 43.4 LB FT. Does not appear to be critical per the large spread.

Bob
09-24-2013 01:07 PM
PatrickStern So i just pulled the trigger on one of these as well.. Contacted seller and got it for $100 even. He is a very nice guy, prompt response from him as well. Will let you know when i received it.

Question on installing tho. So i red that some use a torque wrench. Is this absolutely necessary? or can it just be done with a normal wrench?
09-15-2013 09:22 PM
mjl2610 Thanks for the info Bob. I may very well have measured wrong with the junky tape measure I have; going to need an extra hand with this one to be precise. It has been cold and rainy here all day and had not a chance to re-measure those mount points yet.
09-15-2013 09:07 PM
Bobb4484 Follow-up on my prior post. I was on eBay last night and I found the hybrid listed with the standard Sonata for some of the strut bars. Believe I would inquire from the seller if the bar fit the hybrid. They should know.

Bob
09-15-2013 12:09 AM
Bobb4484 At your request I went to the garage and checked the struts. Mine measure, center to center on bolts, 2 front and back locations 49.5", center 43". There is a strut bar mounted but its not the UR bar. When looking to purchase my bar I recall the hybrid bar was listed by itself. The little black item should not pose a problem. If required it could be mounted elsewhere.

So, I don't know how you measured but mine on the 2011 Limited are not 50" apart for the front and back.

Bob
09-14-2013 09:52 PM
mjl2610 Any thoughts on my above post? Thanks
09-14-2013 01:05 PM
yefeng UR does have a complete set now available:



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