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S CHASSIS STEERING KNUCKLE

GKTECH S-CHASSIS FRONT DROP KNUCKLES

The Nissan S-chassis front suspension is of MacPherson strut type with a good design. As these cars are almost always lowered for more performance due to reduced height for the centre of gravity or just wheel fitment and appearance, the suspension geometry takes a severe change for the worse…

GKTECH R CHASSIS STEERING KNUCKLE

GKTECH R CHASSIS STEERING KNUCKLE (R32/R33/R34/Z32 FRONT KNUCKLES)

The R chassis is a very popular platform in circuit racing with the GT-R models, but so are the 2WD versions in drifting. But only in countries such as Japan, Australia, New Zealand, The United Kingdom and other left hand traffic countries. As such, they have not received extended aftermarket support for modifications in regard to suspension and steering as a complete package…

S-CHASSIS REAR SUBFRAME

S-CHASSIS REAR SUBFRAME COMPARISON

The introduction of the S13 generation S-chassis featured many technical advances over the previous S12 chassis and one of them was the multi-link independent rear suspension…

STEERING BIND

Steering bind is a negative phenomenon that is common in the world of self-modified steering knuckles for drifting. The steering system is binding when the wheel does not want to steer to lock or return from the maximum steering angle without maximum effort or gets stuck in some cases. It is very dangerous and may cause an accident.

V2 ADJUSTABLE REAR LOWER CONTROL ARMS

Rear lower control arms is usually the last suspension arm to be replaced on the Nissan S and R chassis when modified as they are seen as a means to only make rear track width adjustable. They are actually a very useful modification…