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Hey guys. So I am trying to figure out which of these two my next mod should be. I want to reduce torque steer, have a more precise feel when driving, and just make the car feel less sloppy. I will eventually do both of these, but I am not sure which one I will immediately see a bigger impact from. I have a 15 ST1 so I have to ford upgraded RMM that they borrowed from the electric focus I believe (they started doing this in 2015 as most of you know).

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Hey guys. So I am trying to figure out which of these two my next mod should be. I want to reduce torque steer, have a more precise feel when driving, and just make the car feel less sloppy. I will eventually do both of these, but I am not sure which one I will immediately see a bigger impact from. I have a 15 ST1 so I have to ford upgraded RMM that they borrowed from the electric focus I believe (they started doing this in 2015 as most of you know).

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To reduce torque steer and get a more precise feel when driving...get the traction bar. The eFocus mount will suffice unless you are shifting hard constantly and getting a lot of banging going on.
 

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To reduce torque steer and get a more precise feel when driving...get the traction bar. The eFocus mount will suffice unless you are shifting hard constantly and getting a lot of banging going on.
I really don't shift hard often and don't notice too much banging, so perhaps the traction bar is the best way to go.
 

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im in the same boat as you and have decided on the TB Performance traction bar. havent ordered the front yet but the rear is on group buy ATM. i am like you. my 15 is my daily and i don't shift hard enough to have even experienced the "banging" like a lot of folks have.
 
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