Try this link - shows where the torsion bar goes. http://www.cruzetalk.com/forum/12-w...pension/13028-ur-rt2-1304-mystery-solved.html
The spring perch might not sit inside the rear tower, the tower sits directly over it and does take a large amount of the car's rear weight. And when I say the rear tower brace is night and day, I mean it. I've driven my car to the point where the rear end kicks out multiple times, and the rear tower brace increases cornering speed by a good 5-10mph over stock.I don't get the rear tower bar at all. It's not like the car's weight is sitting in that area. The spring perch, where the weight of the car is, does not sit inside the rear tower.
I would get the rear torsion first...
Rear bars first. We're FWD, which means our car's rear end cant keep up with its nose through a corner. You gotta tighten up that booty to make it perform in tune with the front end.Would you recommend doing the front or rear bars first??