Car alignment is absolutely crucial when modifying your car. Alignment can effect every aspect of your driving experience, from straight line stability, under-steer, over-steer, acceleration, braking and tire wear. Although stock components allow slight alignments from the stock suspension settings, they often are not able to properly align the car after the suspension has been modified. From the factory, most cars are set to have under-steer and for optimum tire wear at stock height; under-steer is often undesired from a performance standpoint and almost all performance driven applications are lowered.
Megan Racing Inc. has developed reinforced and adjustable control arms to accommodate the needs of the aggressive and performance oriented tuner. Being constructed of a Lightweight Steel-Alloy which is able to withstand the stresses of extreme competition, these arms are powder-coated with a 3-Stage process to ensure durability and protection against the elements.
These Rear-Lower Toe arms available for the Toyota Supra are an excellent upgrade. With its adjust-ability you are able to carefully tune the vehicle s Rear-Toe to your specifications. The pillow-ball ends replace the stock rubber bushings on the chassis and offers you a more direct and predictable feel that you require in competition. With proper adjustment will allow the adjustment of proper toe which can greatly effect tire wear and the stability of the straight line and cornering of the vehicle. The adjust-ability and feel is also backed with the comfort that your stock thin tension rods are now replaced with thick steel constructed arms that can withstand the stresses of competition.
Toe rods:These control static toe and toe change during suspension compression. When lowered aggressively, our cars toe curve is significantly changed, becoming “steeper” (more change with less movement).
- 5/8" thread width / minimum thread engagement
- 9/16" ID of rod end
- 1 31/32" ~ 2.0" rod end width
- Minimum Arm Length: 8.25"
- Maximum Arm Length: 10 1/8"
(arm length measured with minimum thread engagement of 5/8")