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I am making some stronger Rear T Brackets for H22. They are OEM fitment as what everyone uses on swaps. I find these to be much stronger than OEM. I have been using them for over a decade on EF/DA H/F Swaps with no issues. Been on my 500 whp H23V Turbo Crx.​

Also another reason other than strength. Will clear H/F swaps with H/F trans that use K series manifolds and those manifolds that sit lower than stock H. Like Excessive and Newer Skunk2 Race Ultra if ever comes out. Should give enough clearance unlike OEM.​

From what I see currently on the market much thinner and hard to get in and out like Oem.​

Should also be easier to get in and out. It weighs in within few ounces of stock.
$135 Shipped US​

All 10.9 grade bolts included.
Will come standard semi gloss black powder coating.​

If you are interested Email me at [email protected] 3 week turnaround as always hand made and made upon purchase. Paypal Payment​




 

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How did you come to the conclusion that your units are stronger than OE? Did you do a stress failure analysis?

How is this unit easier to get in than any other aftermarket units?

What is the exact weight differential between the OE stamped steel part and your welded plate steel unit?
 

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How did you come to the conclusion that your units are stronger than OE? Did you do a stress failure analysis?

How is this unit easier to get in than any other aftermarket units?

What is the exact weight differential between the OE stamped steel part and your welded plate steel unit?
OE stamped thin steel is known to flex after multiple times in and out and years of use. Same steel used in other Rear Brackets that have seen break.

Our unit bolts up from the driver side. No need to stradle the engine which is pain point of getting in and out. Other units are like OE

3-4 ounces on the scale is the difference. Thanks
 

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Looks like a solid unit, would definetly be better than the oem peice that is a bitch to get in and out
 

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Up Group Buy is up and am taking orders now. Price will go up tiny bit after. Post or PM email if want on the list. Will email for details.
 
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