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Old 12-08-2004, 08:40 PM   #11
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It stiffens the front end for better handling.
It sure does just that.... I will never remove the STB from the 91... It was well wirth the $12 I spent..
Ditto..... I love it
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Parke mine in the up position and unplugged it. Been there since.
Thats a good idea on getting one from a GP.
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man, them bonnevilles must have been elcheapo back in the day My low end non trofeo toronado came with a STB now to grab one fer the civic...
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You may or may not feel as much of a significant increase with the Civic, as it'* a nimble car as it is with (IIRC) a pretty non-soupy structure.

There are cars out there in which STB'* do absolutely nothing. And they aren't uber sports stiffy cars either. It'* cheap enough, go for it.
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any Lesabre, Park, Bonne, Olds 88 98 will fit also.
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yer, mine was from a '92 LeSabre

(hood struts work too, if you want to milk a junkyard car for its parts )
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