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post #16 of 18 (permalink) Old 04-07-2019, 07:36 PM Thread Starter
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Does this Werks version require the power-steering reservoir relocation?
Per their website, no it will not.


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Here is mine, going to order one of Dave's and have it done in Hot Pink for the other half.

I drive them back to and never felt a bit of difference with the Venom Brace, but did when I took it off and put on the Tower Brace. It seemed to push the opposite wheel down in corners. Not a race car driver, but for me seat of the pants it wasn't even close.
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For what its worth, there was a thread or two on this subject back in the day. the GM chassis engineers said it was not needed. I have the DDM V brace. (V + 8)
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