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Dan at MAX USA
Sat Feb 23 2013, 06:23PM

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FC Trailing Arm Camber Link, (TACL) $100/pair, in stock now, buy it in products > multilink

When you lower the FC, it creates way too much negative camber. These revised length links (48mm) reduce the severity of that negative camber to increase traction and tire wear. Unlike a similar product from Super Now (that costs $400/pair) we dont use different lengths for each side. They do that because the single sub frame camber arm in the FC is off center causing different camber on the left and right side due to the leverage against the OEM rubber subframe bushings. However when you use the much more precise MAX solid pivoting subframe risers, the camber result will always be equal on both sides, and therefore our TACL pair is equal length.






FC Sub Frame Riser (SFR) $50/pair, in stock now, buy it in products > chassis parts

We are very excited to debut this innovative part that solves several classic problems at once. For other cars we have some pretty straight forward Sub Frame Risers that basically just push the subframe against the chassis to improve roll center by having a single sided design thats flush to the bushing cup on the topside. In the FC there is a very unique situation where the subframe is mounted pivotally upon its front bushings and enthusiasts use an adjustable length sub frame camber arm to adjust the angle of the subframe mounting points for the trailing arms . In order to improve the roll center, and eliminate the sloppy rubber bushings while maintaining the need to pivot for camber adjustment, we came up with a two piece solid bushing with a ball on the topside and socket on the bottom side! Our Solid Diff Riser is a must with these.






FC Solid Diff Riser (SDR) $50/pair, in stock now, buy it in products > chassis parts

This product is a compliment to the SFR. The FC subframe is really just a front half subframe that uses the diff connection for the rest of its support, therefore if you use the solid Sub Frame Riser, you also need the Solid Diff Riser. However if you dont have the SFR and you have stock subframe bushings you could use the solid diff riser independently just to replace the OEM rubber diff bushings so its sold separately.




[ Edited Sat Feb 23 2013, 06:29PM ]
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Dan at MAX USA
Tue May 21 2013, 06:22PM

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FC Solid Diff Forward Bushing replacement (SDB) arrived. Only $50

Replaces the two stud three hole ruber forward diff mount bushing with a solid steel mount.

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Hollywood
Tue May 21 2013, 09:11PM
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some sexy parts dan. so stoked for solid solutions to the most common rx7 problems
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Dan at MAX USA
Fri Jun 21 2013, 12:16PM

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FC TOE RODS ARE HERE!

~ Steel rod Copper plated and Clear coated
~ Gold Anodized Aluminum taper adapters
~ CrMo Teflon lined rod ends
~ CrMo Mounting Bolts

Only $180/pair





[ Edited Fri Jun 21 2013, 12:24PM ]
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Dan at MAX USA
Wed Jul 24 2013, 12:39PM

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FC Sub Frame Camber Arm (FCSFCA) in stock now $80

~ Only one Arm is required per car.
~ Steel rod Copper plated and Clear coated
~ Steel bearing side spacers with Gold Finish
~ CrMo Teflon lined rod ends



[ Edited Wed Jul 24 2013, 12:41PM ]
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danegerous
Wed Jul 24 2013, 08:51PM
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...One summer night on July 24th in the year of 2013, there was a massive explosion in the Milky Way galaxy. The surrounding stars were absorbed into a giant black hole. Soon there after brilliant light was seen shooting towards earth with an impact somewhere in Southern California. Scientists, scholars and dudes with shovels uncovered this piece of highly advanced machinery designed to set up the FC3S rear end properly which had previously been near impossible.




Researchers later found out this is in fact the set up both Odin and Thor use on their FC3S drift cars.

Roll with the Gods.
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