|My turbo car and this one had hoodlifts on them when I bought them|
I did a leather cover on my 2011 Tucson and it came out better than I expected. I'm hoping what I learned from that one will allow me to do and even better job on the Veloster.I just bought a leather steering wheel cover too...haven't had the time (or patience) to try and stitch it on yet
Mostly just the convenience of using one hand to lift the hood instead of two and then having to set the prop rod.For those with the hood lifts, is there an advantage with these over the prop rod?
I don't know exactly when it occurred but the Veloster did get a strut stock. I'm not sure if it was one year or that only turbo Velosters got it. But, some had a prop rod and others had a strut.My turbo car and this one had hoodlifts on them when I bought them
I thought the hoodlifts were stock. Sorry I'm posting from my phone. Not sure how the post above happened.
My car only has 57k miles and the collars slipped in like nothing so i dont think i will have an instant benefit but over time it should prevent the subframe from slipping. It still booty bounces all over the place over bumps and potholes and living in LA, theres a lot of em. Actually i was on the freeway going to work and hit a bump at high speed that sent me almost completely to the adjacent lane. Luckily i go to work at 2am so no one else on the road with me. so the next stage is coilovers, torsion bar and strut tower bar. Then maybe buy the girl some new shoes. Anyone know what the actual rear shocks look like on the BC racing kit? i see pictures with the lower mounts on the bottom and other pics theyre on the side. i wanna know before hand so i can also order the correct torsion bar for the rear mount configuration.How do you like the collars?
I noticed a nice bit of rigidity added to my car when I installed them. 😍👍