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2005 - 2006 Mustang Billet Carbon Fiber Strut Tower Brace by Niche Performance Industries
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Description: The Niche Performance Industries Billet Carbon Fiber Strut Tower Brace incorporates precision CNC machined 6061 aluminum billet ends. The brace itself has been designed with an oval geometry to allow greater strength during vehicle flex over a plain circular bar design.

Product can be installed in under five minutes by just removing the top four 13mm bolts located at the top of the Ford mustang strut tower, bolting this product on and tightening down. This product is one of the first all carbon fiber strut tower braces to be offered to the Ford Mustang segment for any model year in a production format.

Product currently comes in black carbon fiber with silver billet ends. Future variations include red, blue, and yellow anodized ends with possibly different color carbon fiber variations.

The Niche Performance Industries billet carbon fiber strut tower brace focuses on high end quality materials and parts, ease of installation for any shop or DIY customer, and of course a functional use to the vehicle. This is currently the best looking Billet Carbon Fiber Strut Tower Brace on the market while at the same time being the lightest and strongest. Why settle for a mass of metal when you can jump into the race world and incorperate function and looks at the same time.

For more information visit www.nichepi.com
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