Part # MR-6254
- For 1989-1994 240SX S13
- For 1995-1998 240SX S14
- Connects between the front Tension-Rods, just under the sway bar.
- Adjustable length to tune for Pre-Load after installation.
- 3-Stage Powder coating process to achieve a brilliant Blue finish.
- Completes the connection between the left & right suspension system in the front.
- Direct-Feel for more precise driver feedback.
240SX/Silvia is an amazing platform in all it s generations. The
FR-Drive train and it s light weight offer a perfect balance between
speed and agility. Used in a wide range of motor sports such as drag,
drift, autocross, road race and even rally the 240SX has proven it s
worth time and time again.
As a street car, it s refined and well
mannered, comfortable to drive in and stylish with a bit of aggression
in it s curves. Although it s initial design was sporty and aggressive
it was still designed as a street car.
In driving your chassis
always will endure stresses with every bump and corner you turn. Because
of this, performance vehicles will always have chassis reinforcement
and rigid strut bars to connect as many points of the car together so
that the chassis absorbs less and the suspension absorbs more. In turn
this allows your tuning to be more predictable and gives your vehicle a
more solid and direct feel.
The 240SX is used heavily in
competition and is the weapon of choice for most drifters. Megan Racing
has developed a wide range of products to help give drivers an edge over
other competitors. With that we offer a wide range of chassis braces
and suspension components and have now developed a Front Tension-Rod
brace for the S13 and S14 chassis.
This Tension-Rod brace is
light weight and yet extremely strong. Designed to "box" in your
front-chassis between the Tension-Rods, this bar is adjustable to tune
pre-load and adjust the rigidity of the front end.
light-weight aluminum and powder coated a brilliant blue for durability
against the elements and a nice finishing touch to the underside of your
car, this product is definitely a must for those who know the true
value of suspension tuning in their performance machines.
rods: These control caster, anti-dive, and anti-lift in the front
suspension. Caster helps determine camber gain over the suspension
stroke and steering axis inclination. Caster also helps “auto turn” the
wheel when counter-steering. The angle of the tension rod (vertical
plane, front to back) also helps determine anti-dive under braking
situations, and anti-lift on acceleration.
Tip: If you’re using
your tension rods to adjust caster more than one or two degree(s) past
factory settings, there will be bind in the lower control arms
traditional rubber or urethane bushing. It’s recommended that you change
to an aftermarket control arm with a heim joint.