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Nov 12, 2018

Gktech R32 Front Upper Camber Arms - Install Video

Update 2020:  The GKTech arms got noisy and loose on one side. I ended up removing them, and going back to stock. I don't like giving up the camber, but the noise and play in the steering got to me. 

GK Tech Front Upper Control Arm for R32
I never really met a front upper control arm for an R32 GT-R that I liked. The single nut style I have seen break.  There was an old style arm made by Stillen and a few others that was ok. The Group A cars had a pretty cool piece, but no one made anything for the car for many years.  Nothing other than cheap Chinese knock off crap.  That is until GK Tech came out with this new adjustable arm. I just installed a set on my #bluecar, and I am evaluating it. So far so good.

The GKTECH R32 Front Upper Camber Arms (FUCA's) are used to adjust the front camber on your R32 Skyline. These arms are unique in design and are far from the generic garbage that most people are used to. Our design was based around the Group A racing arms which allow the arm to twist throughout suspension travel and have been CAD designed, FEA tested, they are CNC machined from 4130 Chromoly, are TIG welded and to finish the arms off they're E-coated (aka electrophoresis coating) for rust prevention. We are exclusively using high quality Teflon lined bearings 5/8" Teflon lined rod ends with our own proprietary dust boots for increased longevity on the outside and 2x COM10T bearings on the inside. When you lower your car negative camber is introduced. This reduces the contact patch of your tyres and thus available traction. Our front upper camber arms will correct this issue. The GKTECH camber arms are a direct replacement of the standard arms. These camber arms allow for -15mm through to +20mm of adjustment compared to the OEM arm. Vehicle Compatibility: - Nissan Skyline R32 GTS-T - Nissan Skyline R32 GTR
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1 comment:

Gapmen said...

Regarding "The GKTech arms got noisy and loose on one side", can you elaborate on that please? Any feedback from GKTech about that issue?