Here's the website; pricing information is there, but mine was about $400 out the door, including shipping and the M strut tower caps. I have one of the steel, pivotless struts, and have been extremely pleased with the effect that it has on the front end of my car. The handling is much sharper. Someone on the web described it as greatly enhanced "pointability," and that's an excellent description.scottn2retro said:but what are the top strut braces out there and about how much do they cost? I know ANYTHING from DINAN is expensive.
How much is Strong strut?
How much will the new one from leatherZ cost?
scottn2retro said:Hey Ron -
Sounds nice. I like the one I saw on a M3 ltw. Any way to put little Motorsport logos on it?
>>>Sure. There will be a place for you to add one as shown in the pic, on the drivers side.
What will be your target price?
>>>I have a target, but I have no idea what the real target will be. Should come out competive.
Like adding an OBC to a MZ3, this is just another challenge for me. The OBC was a technical challenge. The strut brace is turning out to be an expensive technical challenge.
Learned a lot in the process. Sort of excited that it may actually come to be.
You have to do it all. Easier on a pre '01. Enlarging the center gauge hole to accomodate the OBC is a little tricky. Expensive piece if you screw it up.HaqDeluxe said:Ron, I didn't follow your tread (if there was one) when you did the OBC. Is the M Coupe pre-wired for this at all or did you have to do it all yourself? I remember that retro-adding a OBC to the E36 cars was next to impossible because of the lack of sensors and harness. I really miss my OBC from my Z3 coupe!
There wasn't in either of my M coupes.HaqDeluxe said:All as in .. there is no prexsisting wiring or sensors?