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Hollywood
Tue Dec 18 2012, 09:19AM
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cool. think we need some rolling video of this thing killin the san deezie area....
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Dan at MAX USA
Fri May 10 2013, 01:18PM

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future RLCA sneak peek:

Lowers the car in the rear by dropping the rear coilover lower mounting point 25-40mm depending on which bolt hole you use. (thats the major challenge on FRS/BRZ)






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2point0
Fri May 31 2013, 12:42PM
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Dan at MAX USA wrote ...

~ Please note the OEM nuts cant be used with slip on spacers, the last few mm of the nut has no threads, and slipping on a spacer to the OEM studs does not leave much thread either so upgrade the nuts when you use spacers.

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Hey guys! Just curious about the lug nut thing. I plan on getting some spacers (I'll call you soon about this, Dan). My thought is to get one full kit (pair) and use at least the 15mm bolt-on for the rear and whichever of the slip-on spacers will work in front with the stock studs. I'm not using stock lug nuts, they're Project Kics. What about the shape of the stock nuts was an issue? Is it that the taper doesn't reach far enough down the hole to grab more threads?

I'd be fine rockin your nuts if mine won't do the trick. Hehe.

These be my nuts:



Thanks
-Matt V (blue BRZ...now with white 5zigens!)
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Dan at MAX USA
Mon Jun 03 2013, 12:37PM

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The stock nuts and maybe some others are not fully threaded to the end of the taper point. Even our nuts are chamfered on the inside diameter near the end which kills one thread but makes it easy to start catching the threads on the stud. Basically no matter the nut, count the turns after the nut engages, you should have 5 turns or more if they are aluminum nuts. If you start with the 15mm, there is no problem with small stud length but you do need to check the tightness of the bolt on spacer after driving on them.
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2point0
Tue Jun 04 2013, 10:08PM
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Thanks, Dan. I need to measure again. I might even do a 15mm for the front anyway.
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Hollywood
Fri Jun 07 2013, 09:12AM
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dude those arms are so on point. love the direction this thing is heading.
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Dan at MAX USA
Mon Oct 14 2013, 05:49PM

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Front end parts set for MASSIVE ANGLE and custom alignment settings. Available now for $1700 one off style .... or in XX months? later we may be able to produce in quantity to drop the price to $1100.

Front end parts set includes:

Spherical bearing jointed adjustable Front lower control arm & tension rod with clamping rod end receivers, sway bar links, bump stops, spherical bearing CrMo inner & outer tie rod, rack offset adapters, angle modification on your knuckle, sub frame reinforcement plate, high angle top plate spherical bearing spacer for max coilover owners.

What you need to do:

1. Send us your factory knuckles

Parts Shop MAX USA
220 Engel Street
Escondido CA 92029

2. Inquire about the price with shipping. dan©poweredbymax.net






























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Dan at MAX USA
Fri Nov 22 2013, 06:04PM

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Production parts arrived.



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Dan at MAX USA
Thu Aug 14 2014, 09:22PM

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New batch of RLCA arrived ~ finish is 3 stage paint.



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Dan at MAX USA
Fri Aug 15 2014, 01:17PM

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Angelo's car on the MAX coilovers and RLCA

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