350Z/G35 is sensitive and "picky" when it comes to it s alignment
characteristics. When you lower the vehicle, the toe and camber in the
rear is drastically effected. We have developed Rear Radius Arms to help
alleviate this issue. Allowing a wider range of adjustment and an
easier way to access the adjustment points makes these arms a must for
any driver who has lowered their 350Z/G35 and is looking to properly
tune their machine for performance. The Powder-coated Steel Construction
also adds for durability and wear against demanding competitive
conditions and rough driving surfaces as well.
is crucial for the straight line stability and behavior of a car and is
said to have more of an effect than the front toe. A little bit of
toe-out in the rear will allow the car to turn easier. A little bit of
toe-in on the rear will give the car straight-line stability which most
city drivers prefer.
-Designed for 2003+ Nissan 350Z and Infiniti G35.
-Allows adjustment of Rear Toe (Slight Caster Adj.).
-Wider range of adjustment than stock.
-Powder-coated for durability against the elements.
-High Strength steel construction protects against stresses of competition.
- Minimum Arm Length (bolt-hole to bolt-hole): 12.25"
- Maximum Arm Length (bolt-hole to bolt-hole): 14 1/16"
(assuming 5/8" thread engagement on both ends, 5/8" is the ID of the threaded stud of the outer ends)
- Inner Eye Bolt (Inner Diameter): 3/4" ID on one side, tapers twice to 15/16" ID; 1 5/8" width of rod end.
- Outer Bolt-Hole (Inner Diameter): 1/2" ID; 1 5/8" width
- Outer end thread pitch: M16x1.50
It is NOT recommended that toe changes to be made with this arm. Typically
when the chassis is lowered, and camber is reduced, toe in adjustment
becomes limited and will remain limited unless the rear lower arms are
changed as well (MRS-NS-0321). This requires a REAL coilover setup to
replace the spring-bucket which is the limitation. Some toe adjustment
may be done without the Adjustable Rear Lower Arms if the eccentric bolt
is retained on the spring bucket arm, however that has its caveats with
the retention of the eccentric bolts instead of replacing them with