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SPL Have announced their adjustable 370Z FUCA

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SPL have these available on their website ... not cheap but the absolute ducks guts ....

 

Picture found on page 2 of this US forum post ............. get in quick, limited supply.

 

http://www.the370z.com/suspension-brakes/77925-spl-pro-suspension-front-camber-arms-pre-order-2.html

 

Mine are in the air as I type ...........

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Yep mine are on there way also, it's been a long wait.

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Finally!

 

It's been a long wait.

 

:)

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They will sell like water in the desert - hope SPL made a big batch

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Mine have arrived and are installed, easy to fit and simple to adjust.

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Quality gear, I will be purchasing a set early next year. I am currently lowered on swift springs, front camber is at -1.4 degrees.

 

With the SPL arms, what camber will you guys be running on track and street?

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They are very different to the 350 version and not adjustable

It's tricky to have one setting for street and track

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Mine are currently set up with 1.5 deg camber, 7 deg caster and 1mm toe per side.

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We've just installed these. So easy to adjust. I can currently do this with the wheels on and car on the ground. I expect once our car is lowered this wouldn't be possible. I've initially set the camber to -2.5d. We will be testing at the track on Thursday with a pyrometer to see if this is appropriate for our tyres :-)

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Any one know where I can get SPL stuff in Australia? Or will I have to order it from USA? 

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Order from the Yewsa. I have never found anyone who carries stock in Australia

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ok will do, thanks.

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