Parts Shop MAX :: Forums :: MAXに質問 Ask MAX :: 作ってもらいたいパーツ Wish List
Limit Break rear sway bar for S14 << Previous thread | Next thread >>
Moderators: Parts Shop Max, Dan at MAX USA
Author Post
Dan at MAX USA
Mon Dec 07 2015, 11:19PM

Registered Member #2
Joined: Sun Jan 21 2007, 01:28PM

Posts: 2866
As seen on many professional race car builds, we are proud to offer the first bolt on Nascar style quick change sway bar solution for s14. Save time in your search for the ultimate traction by using this taylor made solution thats been proven to let you quickly adapt your professional drift machine to:
~ different track layouts
~ different weather, and
~ different temperatures.
The $550 Limit Break rear bar is a vital point of adjustability thats just as important as tire pressure and damping in the quest to gain competitive control of the rear end's ratio of float to fill an outer zone, or grip to burn through the course faster than your rival.

For the sway bar to do its job, the link has to be in a vertical position. We have 3 holes in each end blade to fine tune the leverage with minimum link angle change. Beyond that the right way to change stiffness is by changing the bar itself. Additional bars are available in 19, 20, 22, 25mm for $150ea.

*Pair this product with solid end links.
*Reduced ground clearance (you already knew this is not for lowrider cars with 1/2" of travel right?)
*Perfectly paired with our buttery long travel Limit Break coilovers.

~ solid bearing pillow block pivot provides freedom to spin and zero vertical deflection for quick response
~ bolt on mounting plates that can also be welded in
~ Adjustable leverage end blades that position the link vertically when bolted in the center hole
~ your choice of solid bar diameter
~ Includes shaft collars and hardware

As seen on Matt Field's Drift Cave S14 and Matt Powers Pirate ship (pictured below)





[ Edited Mon Dec 07 2015, 11:45PM ]
Back to top
 

Jump:     Back to top

Syndicate this thread: rss 0.92 Syndicate this thread: rss 2.0 Syndicate this thread: RDF
Powered by e107 Forum System