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ride quality.

I see that Cusco sells an adjustable front upper arm set for the R32/33 GTR that is 5mm longer than the stock one. I think this means about 1deg camber change, so 1deg less neg camber.

Question is, what do these parts do to noise and ride quality, since they are metal bearing type. I am sure that handling is improved, but is the ride still streetable? Current setup is Nismo S-tune.

Any info much appreciated.
 

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They Cusco Front Adjustable Arms for the 33 and 34 are very good, they 4 pre set adjustment points,

The Ride is not affected but it makes the car feel tighter when driven hard

They are well worth buying

Nigel
 

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They Cusco Front Adjustable Arms for the 33 and 34 are very good, they 4 pre set adjustment points,

The Ride is not affected but it makes the car feel tighter when driven hard

They are well worth buying

Nigel
as above, also they allow you to get your geometry properly set up with regards to camber.:thumbsup: :thumbsup:
 

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Sounds like a good deal then.

I am surprised that the ride quality is not affected, I would have assumed it would be due to the metal bushings. I like the +5mm legnth option, though. I really need to back out some neg camber in my car and this seems to be one of the few solutions around. Not too expensive, either.

Thanks.
 
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