If there was ever a product where you are buying name alone, this might be it. Of course the bar must mount well, and enable service, and have appropriate connectors- but there isn't something mysterious about the modulus of elasticity in the alloy Dinan uses....rhfong1 said:There's also a price consideration $549 for Dinan vs $199 for Weichers.
i think Kelleners only makes them for nonm 5-series.bmwusa said:I believe strong strut and Kelleners also make one but I am not sure if they are cheaper, you can check them out further on Beastpowers website, Josh
Purchased one four months ago, easy to install, looks good and works fine. Did notice a difference on hard cornering compared to not having one. I drove a friend's beast with a Dinan strut brace on the same roads and didn't notice any differences. However, the only way to really tell the difference between the Dinan strut brace and the Wiechers is to drive the same car on the same course/road with the different strut brace. Wiechers has a good reputation and popular in Europe. Dinan makes a great product as well. There's also a price consideration $549 for Dinan vs $199 for Weichers. With different makes/manufacturers and pricing, there will always be differences of opinions of a certain product. For me the Wiechers suits my needs.
rogbacon said:I have one and have been very happy with it for a third of the cost of the Dinan one in the United Kingdom; yes it doesn't look quite as impressive as the Dinan one, but then that's not a concern to me. Excellent value - recommended. The brand here in Europe has an amazing racing pedigree.
I though someone would jump in...drallen said:Forgive me for asking...but is this a recommended mod?...Does it work?...What exactly is it supposed to do?...How can I tell if I need it?