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  • New ISIS Pro-Series Suspension Arms

    http://www.enjukuracing.com/products...52d98-S14.html


    I just saw Enjuku posted this up on their facebook page as a newly released product. I know alot of you said the previous versions and rod ends were iffy, I wonder how well these will hold up.

  • #2
    The welds on that camber arm are moderately scary...
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    • #3
      ISIS V2 arms for reference (not released yet and should be released in the next few weeks or something or the other). There are close up pics in the thread as well

      http://zilvia.net/f/showthread.php?t...ight=isis+arms

      Although not directly comparable, these welds are not the best.........

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      • #4



        seems like a mess.

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        • #5
          The problem is you can visibly see the weld going from hot to cold as the guy was running the welder pretty hot/fast wire speed and just zipping through without much movement to tie some pieces together. I doubt they'll fall apart due to the low stresses involved, but it's just kinda sloppy welding all around. MIG is pretty easy on clean metal to make it look decent.
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          • #6
            Welds aren't the prettiest, but I've seen much worse. It'll hold up.

            That's a damn good price for a full set of arms though, assuming the rod ends aren't cheap junk.
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            • #7
              Originally posted by Def View Post
              The welds on that camber arm are moderately scary...
              BUT BUT these are PRO arms...

              Clearly built by pros.


              professional children manning the welder, I assume.

              Originally posted by Matt93SE View Post
              That's a damn good price for a full set of arms though, assuming the rod ends aren't cheap junk.
              My reaction upon reading this:


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              • #8
                thanks for linking that other thread. For those that didn't bother to go read it, he stated that they seem to have better rod ends than the "street" version of their suspension arms, but still no word on what type of ends they are using.

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                • #9
                  A "financially responsible" buddy of mine bought a full set of chrome Motoria arms (every suspension member aside from the FCA and RLCA) for $200 shipped off Ebay years back, replete with the crappy two piece, zerked rod ends that went south in a hurry.

                  I inherited this treasure when I picked up my S13, and threw three piece Auroras in all around. The ladies at Baker Precision confirmed that they always see guys come in for the replacement rod ends and then never see them again. Mine have been fine ever since.

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                  • #10
                    Elmers glue gussets. Sweet.
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