Understanding Car Specification
By Ultra Racing
In order to fit different levels of demand in the market, most of the car manufacturers are producing the car with different specification in a model series. The cars with higher specification will often comes with the enhancements on engine torque, wheel size, brake system, suspension system and also chassis.
The Differences Between Honda Civic EK3 and Honda Civic EK9 (Type R)
Honda EK series, it comes with a few specifications model in the market. The OEM front strut bar is only available for the
car model with DOHC VTEC engine.
The Differences Between Honda Civic FD & FD2 (Type R)
The thickness of OEM Rear Anti Roll bar is 10mm difference between FD2 (11mm) and FD2R (21mm). FD2R is the mass production race spec model,
and its handling is more suitable for race track.
The Differences Between BMW F10 & F10 M5
The Ultimate Driving Machine – BMW 5 series is one of a high satisfication vehicle in the market, it also comes with a sport version – M5 series. M5 series is required for exlusive engine output and better handling, it OEM Front and Rear Anti Roll always comes with a thicker setting.
The Differences Between Mitsubishi Lancer EX 1.6 & GT 2.0
Mitsubishi Lancer series, spot the difference between 1.6 and 2.0. The OEM front strut bar is only available for the higher specifications car model.
The Differences Between Subaru XV & XV STI
The OEM Front Strut Bar is only available for the Subaru XV STI model.
The Differences Between Perodua Myvi M300 / M600 & M800 (2018)
Perodua Myvi is comes with 3 generation in total, let’s compare with the 1st – 2nd generation and 3rd generation of Perodua Myvi. Both of them were using the Rear Torsion Beam suspension setups, but the model of 3rd generation M800 is upgraded and comes with OEM Rear Anti Roll bar in 17mm.