When you lower the FC, it creates way too much rear wheel negative camber. These revised length links (48mm) reduce the severity of that negative camber to increase traction and even out tire wear. Unlike a similar product from other brands (that costs $400/pair) we dont use different lengths for each side. They do that because the single sub frame camber arm in the FC is off center causing different camber on the left and right side due to the leverage against the OEM rubber subframe bushings. However when you use the much more precise MAX solid pivoting subframe risers, the camber result will always be equal on both sides, and therefore our TACL pair is equal length. Plated and clear coated Steel with PTFE lined spherical bearings.
well i been needing these for a good while but refused to pay $90-$120 each
the org mazda part in 2002 was $15???? yea now they are apparently made of unobtainiam and the other rx7 parts dealers (you know who they are) price gouge the heck out of us. Then there is the adjustable ones that they offer the rebuild kit for. well that makes me think "geez i got to rebuild these all the time now" so i never bought them and suffered though the noise.
Now MAX sells these gems. high quality and are purpose built for what i need them for, well sign me up pls. then i see that they offer the fix for my one wheel being way way way out in camber with there 2 piece solid sub frame bushing at a better deal than OEM bushings.
What a find this has been
even got my eye on their Super Angle Knuckle & coil overs