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Thread: Adjustable B13 Rear LCAs, gauging interest.

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2011-06-18 04:07:05
#21
i gots a p10 i can try them on
2011-06-18 04:30:30
#22
sweet we'll have to take a look at it and see what's up. just in case they are different, the design I have in mind makes shortening/lengthening the arm length or widening/narrowing the rod end spacers really easy.
2011-06-20 02:51:18
#23
I'm 99% sure for these matters, the P10 rear is identical.
2011-06-20 04:02:46
#24
Good to know! I have most of the components drawn,spec'd, and almost priced...should have a solid model with some stress analysis testing finished this week.
2011-06-21 03:36:50
#25
almost have the components finalized...



2011-06-21 11:54:07
#26
Would it cost much more to make the spacers conical? We don't need the extreme range of motion, and it would distribute the load a bit better.
2011-06-22 00:59:49
#27
A misalignment spacer isn't really needed but that would be a nice touch. I'll measure the flanges on the bolt and find out what's possible.
2011-06-22 02:14:43
#28
How would these ride on the street, and how much for a set for a B13? Possibly powdercoated?
2011-06-23 03:38:55
#29
They will definitely transmit more noise and vibration from the suspension to the chassis...this is more of a "race car" part since the bushings and their damping characteristics are being removed. Streetable is relative term, I would run them in a daily and just turn the radio up a bit

Prices coming soon!
2011-06-23 16:05:23
#30
Originally Posted by javierb14
They will definitely transmit more noise and vibration from the suspension to the chassis...this is more of a "race car" part since the bushings and their damping characteristics are being removed. Streetable is relative term, I would run them in a daily and just turn the radio up a bit

Prices coming soon!


i like your style...
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