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What are some other companies producing top end products for the turbo MKIIs, like manis and turbo components, and some suspension stuff.

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Ill have to check both of these out. thanx
 

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untitled said:
What are some other companies producing top end products for the turbo MKIIs, like manis and turbo components, and some suspension stuff.

TIA.
...bringing a post back from the dead.


here is a pic of our new MR2 front suspension







 

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matadorCE said:
Awesome!! more details please...
fully adjustable caster, improved turn in, improved braking stability, no bump steer under load, it makes a night and day difference on 240s and other rwd cars with spherical mounted strut rods. The price is expected to be 450, but we are working on keeping it as low as possible
 

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looks like full-race has found a niche. n e one know if the 91 n/a suspension is the same as turbo? any year change this? i'm pretty sure the 94 got different rear, if i'm correct. and no i have not searched, so u can bash me. it's relevant to the thread, etc.
 

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Maybe I am missing some thing but what advantage do you think you are gaining by going with this over say the Tein or I think JIC rods instead? The bar seems like uneeded extra weight to me.
 

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mr_two said:
n e one know if the 91 n/a suspension is the same as turbo? any year change this? i'm pretty sure the 94 got different rear, if i'm correct.
suspensions are mostly the same, only difference being that the 93+ has a different rear subframe which uses a longer toe link.
 

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jvillain said:
Maybe I am missing some thing but what advantage do you think you are gaining by going with this over say the Tein or I think JIC rods instead? The bar seems like uneeded extra weight to me.
our crossmember stiffens up the chassis and allows for full adjustability. I have never seen the Tein or JIC rods, but im sure they work well also.
 
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