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  • T3 Tension Rods?

    Is there a reason they have an ~45* Bend @ the FLCA Mounting as oppose to being Straight like the other companies?


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    Are those the correct application for the 240sx? I tried googling and found a lot of references for VW's, Corollas and Supras, I didn't see much for our cars. If you draw an imaginary straight line through the two bolts, that will point to where the OEM tension rod mounts. For those to fit, the pivot point would have to be mounted in a different location. That could be the case, looking at the mounting bracket they supplied. Did you find any instructions where you found the picture?
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    • #3
      I think that one is for another application.

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      • #4
        Pretty sure those are for an AE86 Corolla. Their front suspension is somewhat similar to ours.
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        • #5
          Originally posted by Def View Post
          Pretty sure those are for an AE86 Corolla. Their front suspension is somewhat similar to ours.
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          • #6
            Ok. Cause on there site these were pictured under the product page. I was wondering what was going on with that.

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            • #7
              I got a set of their tension rods. It seems like the have the same design as battle version tension rods.

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              • #8
                With how much the BV pieces cost, I'd rather put my money on the SPL Units...

                Tension Rods:
                ISIS = $100 (Enjuku)
                CS = $120 (Enjuku)
                SPC = $130 (Summit)
                Yamato = $150
                Battle Version = $210 (Enjuku)
                SPL = $200

                Rear Traction Rods:
                ISIS = $90 (Enjuku)
                CS = $100 (Enjuku)
                SPC = Comes in set w/ RUCA $280 (Summit)
                Yamato = $150
                Battle Version = $210 (Enjuku)
                SPL = $210

                Rear Toe Rods:
                ISIS = $95 (Enjuku)
                CS = $110 (Enjuku)
                SPC = $140 (Summit)
                Yamato = $165
                Battle Version = $220 (Enjuku)
                SPL = $230

                Rear Upper Control Arms:
                ISIS = $120 (Enjuku)
                CS = $150 (Enjuku)
                SPC = Comes in set w/ Trac Rods $280 (Summit)
                Yamato = $180
                Battle Version = $290 (Enjuku)
                SPL = $290

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                • #9
                  Or just buy V1 SPL knock-off pieces from eBay and replace the rod ends.

                  Worked just fine for me, welding looks just as good as the stuff from SPL(which I think might be made in China... or at least the old stuff was).
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