Can this work on a 93, or even needed at all?
One to two washers worth, IE, about .1 to .2". It's not really critical. The majority of the improvement comes from pivoting the brackets, but a washer or two helps a little as well. I wouldn't go more than 2 washers worth however.91rusty240sx said:how much should the rear tie rod be spaced back?
All kits produced in the last few years have a pair of alignment "bumps" on the top of the brackets. One straight up for the "traditional" 91 geometry, or for use with a 93+ car, the other for installing the brackets at an angle like this. Older kits can be installed like this as well, but you have to do a little more work to figure out the angle.Thank you for the update. I'm genuinely interested to see if you can accomplish the same thing, while retaining the clearance required to run 15s. The 2012 mock-up with the angled brackets looks exactly like what I need to do just that. Any plans to develop that style?
About two years agoIs there any updates on when the new version will be coming out.
At the moment I have about 10 kits in stock. I might do group buys in the future on new products, but things like this I am trying to keep in stock at this point, rather than doing group buys.can we do a group buy