Yes after installation the frame is more solid for driving in general, not just corners, but it is NOT rough at all and there is no additional noise. There is a significant difference when driving over bumps and uneven roads where you will notice there is no more jarring or clunking. I felt this would be a good mod since my car is getting old and I wanted to restore some of the solidity in the chassis, which it did.as for the subframe rigid collar, EuroRspec said that the ride will be more rough because the rubber bushings are to be replaced by aluminum ones, theoretically makes sense to me as it makes the frame more solid for cornering.
However, otesrepsaj did order the part and he had them installed. He said that the ride isn't bumpier because he can tell from the headlights. With the oem rubber bushings, the lights were bouncing when driving on the fast lane. Now with the aluminum ones, the lights beams are alot stabler
Therefore, does the spoon rigid collar & steering gear box rigid kit increase comfort? And, curious, do they make any noise?
But yours aren't "Spoon":laugh:you guys are goofy if your willing to pay that much for those things, I can guarentee i could chuck fifty of them out in an hour on a lathe.
I can see the benefits of them but the cost that they want for them outweighs the positives.
Being a machinist, I can tell you guys between material and time spent in these things they have at most $50 per set of these.