S14/S15/R33/R34 HICAS Lock bar
S14/S15/R33/R34 HICAS Lock bar


S14/S15/R33/R34 HICAS Lock bar

Sale price$119.00 AUD
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Pickup available at Sunshine West, VIC 3020 Usually ready in 2 hours

S14/S15/R33/R34 HICAS Lock bar

Sunshine West, VIC 3020

Pickup available, usually ready in 2 hours

11/94 Boundary Road
Sunshine West VIC 3020


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The all new V3 chromoly rear HICAS lock bar is a direct replacement of your stock HICAS steering unit and as the name suggests, locks the rear steer in place. Essential for Motorsport or as an option to fix the broken expensive OEM Nissan part.

Customer Reviews

Based on 11 reviews
Jason Van
Fits perfect, works well, gets that old useless hunk-a-junk outta there

Yeah it was easy as, especially with the support video there to help!

Jarrod Rollins
Inexpensive, quality aftermarket part (a rarity)

Well made, well sprayed.
Does what it says on the tin.

Matt Stern
Great company, great products

My recent purchase was fantastic: great company, responsive, helpful, and friendly. Great product, and it arrived quick. Would recommend.

Sam Gray
Hicas delete bar

Fit perfectly, easy install.

Joshua Mclean
Very good product looks great to..

Looks good, easy buy, nice price, only thing is I was told that if you use one of these bars and your rear hicas ball joints are stuffed the wheel can kick out while your driving, so not sure what to do there as my joints seem fine but you won’t know when it will happen until it’s to late..

Hi Josh, that's not something that I've ever heard of before as I can't see how the OEM HICAS unit could compensate for a worn ball joint. I think you'll be just fine :)