Is there a market for the 2016 Tucson, Im looking for strut bars, and other body bracing. I see plenty of older gens, but not much for mine.
Also, does any Veloster stuff fit at all?
$300 isn't that expensive. I've had front only and rear only frame braces that cost twice that much.Good news!
I just discover on google and there are two struts bar for front and rear but it seem very pricey...
Hope this will be helpful for you?
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2016+ Tucson Front Subframe Brace Set - Shark Racing
I am still not understand why have a lot performance after market parts much for specific as Subaru WRX , Honda Civic , BMW 3 series, Porsche, I mean why not Hyundai / Kia? Or it possible be too new for Hyundai and Kia ?Shark Racing appears to be the only performance parts ive seen so far, and their prices have gone up
Well it's make sense but I had 15' Kia Soul with strut brace for $300 but this one maybe not too expensive.$300 isn't that expensive. I've had front only and rear only frame braces that cost twice that much.
It is only an SUV. It is not really designed for ultimate performance. I'm always surprised how agile it is while having a brilliant ride. I don't actually find it leans that much really. The only thing I would have liked is a more informative steering. But it is only my daily driver and do-all car. I have other more fun cars if I need entertaining so I guess I don't need to change this one.Tucson still has fair amount of body roll, but that might be corrected with addition of larger diameter sway bars and polyurethane bushings (front & rear).
I am still looking for strut bar available for 2016 to 2018 Hyundai Tucson Turbo but seem doesn't have one yet. . only I see on shark racing site but only select for Santa Fe.SuperHybrid101, were you purchasing the LUXON strut tower bar?
Also, addition to my previous post; The addition of font strut tower bar will improve handling by reducing the flex in the vehicle when aggressively cornering. Installing larger rear sway bar will reduce understeer ( occurs when the front tires break traction when entering a turn at high speed). Understeer is easier to control than oversteer (where the rear tires break traction). Front wheel drive vehicles tend to experience undesteer during hard acceleration when exiting a turn.