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Nissan 350Z rear suspension kit to provide maximum grip on lowered car
Revised kinematics, not just dropped knuckle.
Nissan 350Z is a well designed car for enthusiast driver. The car performs well on streets and can be taken to a race track. If the focus is more towards performance, then the car can act even better with lowered ride height, but then the factory designed kinematics wouldn’t work as it supposed to. The Wisefab kit would give a good kinematics with lowered car - higher roll center, lowered antisquat, revised cambergain and bumpsteer for maximum grip.
The top arm front pickup point is raised by 40mm for better antisquat. This correlates with all the known championship regulations. For lower grip and wet conditions the original pickup point can be used as well. Changing the pickup point location would not change any other alignment settings, so it is possible to do at the track side.
About the same weight as original aluminium suspension
All the metal components on Wisefab 350Z rearsuspension are from high strenght steel, including sheetmetal components, tubes, tube ends and rod end housings. Also for weight reduction and stiffness purposes all the suspension links are designed straight and tubular. Top arm is sheetmetal boxed type. Rod ends and spherical bearings used, no rubber bushings.
Easy camber adjustment
Special teethed washer is used for adjustment
Bump steer adjustment
Possibility to adjust bump steer by changing rod end location in a slot.
Hub to hub length (track) is the same as original, as this is defined by halfshaft lengths.
This kit assumes coilovers to adjust ride height and use spring around the shock not on rear link
Possibility to use Nissan S-Chassis hub with bigger CV joint.
Minimum rim size is 17“ (Who runs smaller than 17's anyway??? Ew)