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Beatrush Rear Diff Support Bar ( Part Number:BEA S76010MTD-RS)

Beatrush Rear Diff Support Bar - Subaru Impreza 1993-2001

MODEL # BEA S76010MTD-RS
Manufacturer Part # S76010MTD-RS

$175.78

MSRP: $187.00

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Description

Beatrush rear diff support bar eliminates ALL movement of the rear differential. By bolting this unit onto the back side of the rear sub-frame, the brace will support the rear differential. This takes the job away from the soft stock bushings which deflect under hard acceleration. Improvement will instantly be felt in acceleration, throttle response, and in improved control of the car when using the throttle to help rotation.

The Brace bolts on to existing factory holes, making this a quick and easy install. However be warned that in cabin drivetrain noise will increase slightly due to the nature of eliminating rubber OEM diff carriers.
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Specifications


Brand: Beatrush
Bushing Location: Rear Differential
Installation Hardware Included: Yes
Material: Stainless Steel w/ Urethane Inserts

Mfgr. Warranty: 1 year
Condition: New Product
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Beatrush FTW
Raszaron 8 months ago
This is a nicely made product and the first Beatrush product I've ever purchased. Now I am looking to see if they have more for my 2000 Subaru 2.5RS. Fitment was spot on and the whole product is well made!
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Huge Difference
MikeMiller95 4 years ago
I had installed this, as well as the Cusco Lower Subframe brace on my 1998 JDM Subaru
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Fantastic Improvement!
graphtrickscreative15033 5 years ago
My 260K mile '97 Outback Sport (GF Wagon) has a lot of suspension modifications, but this is a dramatic improvement. I think the bushings that isolate the rear diff from the subframe were completely dead. With new poly bushings and the Beatrush rear diff brace, there is no more clunk, no loose feeling, and amazingly, it is quieter. Now, all of my suspension mods seem to work better, and the car just leaves from a dead stop with no drama, no lurching, no wiggle. Probably one of the best additions I've done so far.
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Great product!
Kirill C. 6 years ago
The brace is very easy to install and makes a huge improvement! Eliminates all rear diff slop, and greatly improves drivetrain response rear end feedback. About the only downside is the increase in rear diff noise in the car, but thats quite obvious with a item of this nature.
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Simple but effective
camron_usaf 6 years ago
Easy Install, Keeps rear diff in place. Couldn't ask for more
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  • Q: Torque specs?   11 months ago

    Answer

    What are the required torque specs for this brace? Thanks!


    • A: OEM specs will need to be used. Which are 52 Ft-lb or 70 N*m for all 4.


      Beatrush 11 months ago
  • Q: Use  UncleSchnitty 7 years ago

    Answer

    Do Subframe Lockdown bolts work in conjunction with this or does this render them useless?


    • A: Yes, the lock down bolts will work with this, no problem at all. In fact, I think those two mods would be great to really firm up the rear of the car. This product will lock the differential to the subframe, and the lock down bolts will lock the subframe to the chassis of the car.


      Rick C. 7 years ago