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Drift Armor Pro Style Front Bump Bar for Nissan 240sx

5 Star Rating

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Drift Armor's Pro Style bump bar gives the driver new confidence to get in close to clipping points and mix it up in tandem. Like all of our product, it is American made using quality American steel AND it is 100% bolt-on.


This bump bar is exclusively made for cars not running a bumper (does not fit under any bumper) and competitors who remove their bumper for track day, but want additional protection over our standard bump bars. 


Although strong, it only weighs a few more pounds then the OEM crash support and gives excellent clearance for numerous FMIC types/brands. Bar comes unpainted. Reference- lower bar is about level with the lower radiator support.


Drift Armor bars are made to order and can take 1-2 weeks to assemble and ship.


  1. Proven Protection

    Posted by Max on

    I have already written a review, but I feel the need to write another. I was ran into a 6 foot deep ditch at well over 60 miles per hour, with the bash bar taking the brunt of the blow. (I wish I could attach an image). My hatch's frame was so twisted after the accident that there was a dent in the roof. I snapped my driver side lower control arm, bent my subframe brace, as well as my tie rod and tension rod.

    Here's the amazing thing: From the intercooler to the differential, my drivetrain is fine. the car still ran and built boost like it should. How many people can say that their FMIC survived a head on crash?

    This bar is the real deal people. Even if you aren't a drifter, I would recommend getting one, even if you have to cut it down to fit it under a bumper. Spend the money to protect your intercooler and radiator.

  2. Very solid

    Posted by Max on

    Just finished the install and I'm pleased. I did have to drill a little bit to get everything to fit right, but that is to be expected when you're talking about subframes and what not. Anyhow, it's solid as a brick s**t house and looks pretty "Mad Max." I'm going to paint mine eventually and never worry about a factory bumper again.

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