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Item: Nissan 200SX S14 Rear Adjustable Suspension Arms - will separate Description: Adjustable suspension arms that came off a Nissan S14 200SX. These components may fit other Nissan models such as S13/S15/R32/R33 but please do your own research on that. All items have been USED but are in excellent condition as they have only done two track days and very small amount of street driving which would be less than 1000kms total. The rubber boots seem like a good idea but most of them split straight away. These arms were removed when I sold the car a few years ago. Included: - SRI Rear Lower Adjustable Control Arms - Nissan RWD - SRI Rear Upper Adjustable Camber Arms - Nissan S14/S15/R33/R34/WGNC34 - SRI Pillowball Tension Rod Set - Nissan SOLD - SRI Adjustable Rear Toe Rod Set - Nissan SOLD - SRI Adjustable Rear Traction Rods - Nissan - SRI Front Lower Adjustable Arms - Nissan SOLD - *** SRI Rose Jointed Adjustable Tie Rod Ends - Nissan (14mm) *** MISSING MISSING HARDWARE ON ONE END AS SEEN IN PIC Price: Make an offer (not retarded offers) Location: Ferntree Gully, Victoria Willing to post?: YES Contact: Dave 0407 192 887
revhead90 posted a topic in Nissan Silvia (nissansilvia.com)OK so I have worked out what wheels and springs I’m getting (starting out with basic mods first) Wheels F: 18x8.5 +16 R: 18x9.5 +24 Work s1 3p Meister Coilovers: Silk Road RM/A8 I eventually plan on working my way up to some performance mods but I’m going to take is slow so I can appreciate the s15 at every stage of the build. Aiming for 200-240ish rwkw in the end. Primarily street driven, weekender, only sees a track maybe 2-3 times a year. What I’m unsure of is when would/should I be upgrading the suspension arms? There are adjustable arms for caster, toe, camber, upper/lower control arms etc.. I don’t want to just throw money at the car for no reason, I want to be sure that the mods I’m doing have purpose. So, when would I need to upgrade these components? Thanks guys and girls. Cheers.