350z angle kit

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Nissan 350Z Wisefab Lock Kit

  • 65 degrees of lock, parallel steering. As an option, there  would be a possibility to buy Ackermann adjustment kit. You could tune your steering geometry either towards positive or negative Ackermann in just a few minutes even at trackside without messing up an alignment.
  • About the same weight as original aluminium suspension. All the metal components on Wisefab 350Z front suspension are from high strenght steel, including sheetmetal components, tubes, tube ends and rod end housings. Rod ends and spherical bearings are used, no rubber bushings.
  • Lower links are replaced with one arm. 2 lower links would have some benefits for circuit racing, but for drifting with higher steering angle the stiffness and packaging would become an issue. Therefore lower one piece arm is used.
  • Higher roll center (RC). Lowering the driftcar is a must to increase performance and handling, but this would mess up the original factory designed kinematics. It lowers the roll center and increases camber gain.  On Wisefab knuckle, both joints are dropped, which brings the front RC up on lowered car, providing higher roll stiffness and letting to remove the front anti roll bar (sway bar) that is quite difficult to package with that high lock angles.
  • Very good camber control and minimal bump steer with high steering angles. On drift cars the dynamic camber and bump steer is much more important than static. With our kinematics we have assured that the camber would provide very good front grip and bump steer is minimal at all the range of steering.
  • Steering jacking control. During steering the car chassis is moving up and down – this is called jacking. Steering jacking is caused by combination of caster, KPI, trail and scrub. On road cars, this effect is used sometimes to balance the car or to help to turn in. During drifting, when steering angle is much bigger, jacking is also bigger, even with the same geometry and it could become a problem. We have changed the geometry that it doesn’t cause any handling issues.
  • Consistent and predictable self-alignment torque. Caster is not the only important parameter to provide sufficient self-alignment torque especially at high lock. It’s the combination of different parameters to maintain consistent trail and self-alignment torque. With our setup the steering wheel turns always to the direction of movement and doesn’t get stuck at full lock.
  •  Adjustable spring and shock absorber motion ratio. The shock lower bracket has 3 attachment possibilities, which allows to change suspension stiffness and handling very quickly.

Other components, packaging and clearance.

This kit assumes coilovers to have enough clearance.
Ride height is designed to be ~80mm from front subframe to ground
Dependent on rim width and ET, wider fenders or fender flares would be needed.
Inner wheel wellsdo not need to be modified with tire diameter up to 635mm (215/45R17, 225/45R17, 235/40R17, 225/40R18 etc). Minimum rim diameter is 17”.
Recommended backspacing is ~135mm (7“ ET45; 8“ ET35; 9“ ET20). If ET is smaller, then wheels stay more outwards, if ET is bigger, then spacers need to be used.
The kit is designed and manufactured the way that after installation and toe adjustment it’s ready to use right away.

Please note, some Wisefab kits are built to order, if this item shows as out of stock please go ahead and order. It will take approximately 10 days to manufacture and dispatch. 

 

Sours: https://www.driftworks.com/wisefab-nissan-350z-front-lock-angle-kit-z33.html

Voodoo13 CFR 370z/G37 Angle Kit

The CFR (Chris Forsberg Racing) angle kit by VooDoo13 for the 370z/G37 provides all the features every serious drifter needs.  It modifies the OEM design to deliver the geometry, strength and adjustability that never driving in a straight line requires.

Billet Upright

  • CNC machined in our Gilbert, Arizona facility from a single piece of 6061 alloy
  • Steering and lower arm pickups in double shear for strength and allowing bump steer adjustment
  • Dropped spindle design to better maintain proper geometry on lowered cars

Fully Adjustable Two Piece Lower Control Arm

  • Two piece construction with adjustment for track width, camber, caster and wheelbase
  • High quality rod ends for maximum precision over factory rubber bushings
  • 4130 chromoly and CNC 6160 alloy construction all made in the USA
  • TIG welded

Offset Steering Rack Extenders

  • Fits in between inner tie rod and steering rack to allow the tie rod ends to travel further into the steering rack creating more steering lock
  • Moves tie rod position forward 1.38” to reduce the tendency to steer over center for high steering angle applications
  • CNC machined from 4140 alloy steel
  • M18x1.00 Grade 8 bolt

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SKU: AKNS-0400Categories: 07-08 G35 Sedan V36, 08+ G37, 09+ 370z Z34Tags: 370z, angle kit, cfr racing, chris forsberg, drifting, drop spindle, g37, steering angle, z34

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Additional information

Weight50 lbs
Dimensions24 × 12 × 12 in
Color

Hard OD Green, Hard Clear (Grey)

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Sours: https://voodoo13usa.com/shop/infiniti/07-08-g35-sedan-v36/voodoo13-cfr-370z-g37-angle-kit/
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Description

Nissan 350Z Front Drift Angle Lock Kit

Wisefab Nissan 350Z front suspension kit is about the same weight as original aluminium suspension. All the metal components on 350Z front suspension kit are from high strenght steel, including sheetmetal components, tubes, tube ends and rod end housings. Rod ends and spherical bearings are used, no rubber bushings. Lower control arms are one piece design with shock motion ratio. Nissan 350Z spare parts available right here. Scroll down and order your spare parts here.

Want to know how does Wisefab Lock kit fits your driftcar check below the link CHECK FITMENT or here!

Check out the Nissan 350Z Rear Suspension kit.

Here is our recommended alignment parameters:
Toe in/out: If Ackermann is 0 or negative then toe is 2mm out. If Ackermann is positive then toe is 0
Camber: -3,7 +/-0,3
Caster: 6,3 +/-0,3

 

Nissan 350Z Rear Suspension Drop Knuckle Kit

Wisefab Nissan 350Z Rear Suspension kit will give a good kinematics with lowered car – higher roll center, lowered antisquat, revised camber gain and bump steer for maximum grip. Built in anti-squat and camber adjustment. All the links are pre set by Wisefab. No need to change the lenghts. Easy to install and set up. Every nut and bolt is available for spare parts. Scroll down to order your spare parts here.

Check out the Nissan 350Z Angle kit.

Here is our recommended alignment parameters:
Toe in/out: 3-10mm toe in/per side
Camber: -0,5

 

Nissan 370Z Front Drift Angle Lock Kit

Wisefab Nissan 370Z front suspension kit is about the same weight as original aluminium suspension. Rod ends and spherical bearings are used, no rubber bushings. Adjustable Ackermann with washers. Lower control arms are one piece design and the shock motion ratio can be adjusted with out affecting the ride height. Nissan 370Z spare parts available right here. Scroll down and order your spare parts here.

Want to know how does Wisefab Lock kit fits your driftcar check below the link CHECK FITMENT or here!

Check out the Nissan 370Z Rear Suspension kit.

Here is our recommended alignment parameters:
Toe in/out: If Ackermann is 0 or negative then toe is 2mm out. If Ackermann is positive then toe is 0
Camber: -3,7 +/-0,3
Caster: 6,3 +/-0,3

 

 

Nissan 370Z Rear Suspension Drop Knuckle Kit

Nissan 370Z rear suspension with with convenient camber adjustment and bumpsteer correction. All the racing know how and experiance has put to this product. Kinematics have be revised for maximum performance on lowered car. Roll center has moved higher, camber gain has been revised. This rear suspension kit is the same weight as the OEM aluminium but much stronger.

Be sure to check out the Nissan 370Z Lock kit for a complite suspension upgrade.

Sours: https://zociety.org/product/wisefab/

GKtech Steering Angle Kit for Nissan 350Z G35

The GKTECH Z33 350z/Infiniti G35 angle kit is a simple, lightweight, yet super effective bolt on steering kit.

It is a bolt on kit, meaning it can be fitted and removed with no modifications.

With 30% faster steering and a height adjustable rod end for some added bump steer correction these are not just suitable for dedicated drift cars and will work equally as well for a grip/street car looking to speed their steering up.

If you own one of these vehicles, you would know the OEM steering angle on the Z/G chassis sucks! We measured them to having around 37 degrees lead wheel and even less trailing. This kit will allow you to get around 60 degrees of lock lead wheel and with close to 0 ackerman you will acheive near parallel front steering. 

We strongly recommend our bolt on rack spacer to make the most of the kit but they are an optional item as some people may already have a rack spacer.  Click here for the Rack Spacers.

If you do have low offset wheels and think that your steering rack will over center we do recommend the offset rack spacers rather then the bolt on rack spacers. 

More information on this can be seen in the FAQ below.

- 30% faster steering
- Near 0 ackerman 
- Bump steer correction
- Circa 60 degrees of steering lock 

Vehicle Compatibility:
- Nissan Z33 350z
- Infiniti G35

NOTE: Ensure to set the lock stop prior to the caliper hitting the strut on lock. 

Super super important critical installation notes: Install video at the bottom of page.
- Ensure that your lock stop is set to touch before your brake line or banjo coming out of the brake caliper hits the strut. Don't just completely remove the lock stop. VERY IMPORTANT! 

- Set the nut for the outer heim around 1/2" out from the very end of the thread. This will ensure that the nut doesn't foul on the bracket throughout the range of motion. Refer to the images below which show in greater detail what I'm referring to. VERY IMPORTANT! 

- In some cases we have seen the head of the bolt that holds the tie rod heim make contact with the casting on the OEM knuckle. The castings seem inconsistent across the years but seeminlgy more evident in the later years (2006>). In the event that the head of the bolt does make contact with the knuckle the knuckle does need to be shaved down. This is very important to ensure that the steering bracket is sitting flush. Refer to the images below which show in greater detail what I'm referring to. VERY IMPORTANT! 

- Ensure that the heim is sitting in a horizontal position once the alignment is set. The heim should be able to move freely. 


- If you have purchased the bolt on rack spacer, it is to be installed on the passenger side of the vehicle. This is the same whether your car is LHD or RHD. Irrespective, it is to go on the passengers side. 

- The steering rack must be re-centred if you are installing a rack spacer. This is to ensure that you have equal travel from one side to the other. If your car doesn't have equal travel from one side to the other, your rack isn't centred. Re-centre it. 

- There are 4 tie rod rods included with the kit. 2 shorter and 2 longer ones. Use the appropriate ones based on the rack spacers that you are using (if any at all). Ensure that you have adequate thread overlap. Example: if you are using the bolt on rack spacer, you'll likely need the shorter rod on the passenger side and the longer rod on the drivers side. If you are using our offset rack spacers you'll likely need shorter rods on both sides. Either way, please check that you have adequate thread overlap. 

- The tolerances on the first batches of brackets are tight. When mounting the bracket to the knuckle don't tighten the ball joint side or the lock stop side all the way down until you have everything in place or else you won't be able to get it bolted down. We have made a note of this and for future batches we will open the holes up a little more. If your bracket isn't lining up perfectly while trying to mount it on 2 different axis, grab a 1/2" drill bit and open the holes for the lock stop mount from 12mm to 1/2"

- The swaybar is huge on these cars. It will almost certainly be the limiting factor in your search for steering lock. We will soon be working on a solution and we will keep you posted but why not try the kit without a swaybar!? In our testing Luke Fink chose to remove the swaybar and loved it. 

- Wheel width and offset = If you want to keep the above mentioned swaybar, you can likely fit as low as a -20 offset on the front of the 350z's. We sell hub centric spacers, don't be afraid of spacing the wheels out for more clearance. 

Wheel alignment notes:
- We tested the kit with a total of 8mm toe out (5/16" for our American friends). The car felt great on track however for daily/street driving  less toe out out is going to give a good balance. 

- Low amounts of toe out or toe in will introduce a small amount of negative ackerman near full lock (not desirable).

- The steering arm is now shorter and as such steering requires less input. This may make the car feel "twitchy"

- Toe out and/or a high scrub radius can also make the car feel "twitchy"

- We are working on a FLCA solution now which will will allow you to remove wheel spacers, reducing your scrub radius but keeping the wheel further outward in the wheel arch to assist with clearance to the swaybar. 

Sours: http://www.fldriftshop.com/g35-suspension/gktech-steering-angle-kit-for-nissan-350z-g35

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