Choosing the Right Strut Brace


What Does a Strut Brace Do?

Strut braces (known by some as a strut bar or a strut mount brace) are essentially bars that go across your engine bay, attaching at the point where your vehicle's strut tops meet its chassis. Lightweight and extremely rigid, strut bars are often made out of premium alloys and advanced materials.

How Does a Strut Brace Benefit Performance?

How Does a Strut Brace Benefit Performance?

Designed with chassis rigidity in mind (which performance suspension companies will tell you you can never have too much of), a strut brace can help significantly reduce body roll and improve the responsiveness of your steering upon turning into a corner at high speed. 

Stiffening up your chassis can also have massive benefits in maintaining the integrity of it's alignment, helping your vehicle maintain optimum wheel and suspension geometry by ensuring the entire system is supported properly as it does it's job. A strut bar can help immensely with this.

Our Range of Strut Braces

Our Range of Strut Braces

Our strut braces are premium engineered by SuperPro and Whiteline, two of Australia's leaders in suspension, chassis bracing and steering components. All SuperPro and Whiteline strut braces are engineered with the following features for the utmost in steering responsiveness and lightweight rigidity in mind, allowing you to turn in to every corner with confidence:

TOUGH, LIGHTWEIGHT MATERIALS
  • Whiteline strut braces are made from advanced alloys to ensure that you're not only getting the strongest, most rigid strut bars available, but also the lightest 
PREMIUM FINISHING
  • All whiteline strut bars are powder coated for corrosion resistance, particularly around the mounting points where wear and tear is at its greatest
  • These strut braces are also polished at the very end to ensure that they look great in your engine bay as well
COMPLETE RIGIDITY
  • These strut braces do the job of stiffening up your chassis incredibly well. This has the effect of reducing your vehicle's body roll as well as increasing its responsiveness and feedback when steering