Features & Product Details
If you are a regular participant on weekend auto crosses, track days, or the occasional canyon cruise, the Cusco Adjustable Front Lower Control Arm will improve handling by allowing the user to run a wider front track with more negative camber. With the Cusco arms, users will have the ability to adjust the camber angle of the vehicle which will benefit those lowered on coil overs, or springs. This promotes a better tire contract patch to the surface of the road for more grip, and even tire wear. These are a direct replacement for the factory lower control arms, and once installed your steering response will be sharper, and improved.
These lower control arms have been fabricated from heavy duty steel, and feature hard rubber bushings that eliminate any changes to alignment under extreme driving conditions. And with alignment, user can achieve 0MM, + 5MM, +10MM, and with modified tie rod ends, you could reach up tp + 15MM
These are sold in pairs, and will come powder-coated in Cusco's flagship blue color.
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Q: How much wider will the front track of the car be? fizz11 months agoCompared to the stock lower control arms how many mm longer are the cusco flcs so I can get a sense of how much the tires may stick out.
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A: And with alignment, user can achieve 0MM, + 5MM, +10MM, and with modified tie rod ends, you could reach up tp + 15MMTyler A. @ RallySport Direct 11 months ago
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