I've done the reasearch.. and i've tried and tested 3 on my car.. almost tested a 4th (brashboy) but was happy with carbing
most cost effective.. APRhttps://www.celicahobby.com/catalog/product_info.php?cPath=26&products_id=124
3 piece system but no welds = less chance of flexRMM
slightly heavier thatn APR but nice since it's stiff but has those welds that could possibly flex..http://www.suprastore.com/rmmfronstrut.html
APC has a similar copycat design but has fitment issues..Carbing
(profile <--has some pics) the best of the two due to its light weight nearly only 2lbs! and does the job of holding the car firm. JDM
but good luck finding one i bought mine used..
not sure about Hotchkins some have reported it breaking
do a search you may find it ...http://www.suprastore.com/hotsporcampl.html
imo..i wouldn't go for..
- Tanebe is okay but same price range as APR though is a 3 piece system but had welds http://www.suprastore.com/tanfronstrut.html
- Hypermotive has bling
but has a great deal of flex.. some say they are able to bend the bar with their own hands.. also its really pricey.. http://www.hypermotive.net/celfusb.htm
has a design/look of a hypermotive and Tanebe bar
and again my pics are one of those first three but i'd say just go for APR