Driftworks 4 Arm Kit for Nissan 200SX S14 and S15 Reviews

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This kit includes:<br /> Driftworks Front Tension Rods - allow you to accurately set the caster angle of the front suspension and dramatically improve steering response and feel. They eliminate all the play that the hugee liquid filled OEM bushes suffer from. Choose from either the standard Driftworks items or the kinked Geomaster items that allow for more steering angle on drift cars with wide wheels.<br /> Driftworks Rear Camber Arms -  with spherical bearings allow you to accurately set your rear camber. A must for any lowered car as the standard eccentric bolt doesn't allow enough adjustment. Correct alignment is essential for any car, be it to reduce tyre wear or dial in the perfect geometry for a fast road, track or drift setup.<br /> Driftworks Rear Traction Rods - replace the standard non-adjustable Nissan part. They are the final adjustable arm needed on Nissan rear suspension set up. Adjusting this arm's length decides how much toe is given to the rear wheel under suspension compression. They also eliminate another of the unwanted standard rubber bushes from the rear suspension setup, once again contributing towards that perfect handling car.<br /> Driftworks Rear Toe Rods - allow you to determine the amount of rear toe-in that your car runs - when you first lower your car you'll usually find that the rear toe has increased quite dramatically, so you'll want to get that dialled out to ensure the car keeps driving as well as it should. On drift cars, rear toe can be adjusted to determine how "loose" the rear of the car feels, as well as increasing or decreasing forward traction.

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Great Easy to use, Easy to fit, easy working parts that sort your Geometry ou a treat. weather it be for the stanced look or the driving stability.
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Posted 6 years ago
awesome !!!!! very fast in shipping and are very serious
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Posted 8 years ago