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Kevin
Tue Jan 26 2010, 02:28PM
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Hi guy, I just bought a 350z & would like to know if you will have some parts for it: like suspension arm, brake rotor, etc

Thanks!

Kevin..
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Dan at MAX USA
Wed Jan 27 2010, 04:52PM

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not yet, but I know there is arms and coilovers in the development process
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o.g.darkdrifter
Thu Mar 04 2010, 01:53PM
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Please make a thread as soon as the parts are available in the US. I'm wanting to get adjustable rear arms and maybe a set of new coilovers. If you guys don't have anything in a few months I'll probably be going with SPL, but I'd rather give you my support.
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Hollywood
Thu Dec 23 2010, 09:24PM
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any update to add to this Dan ?
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Dan at MAX USA
Thu Dec 30 2010, 07:19PM

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Sure thing
Z33 pro coilovers will be released mid february along with S13, S14 and Genesis applications.
These are coil-over-damper instead of separate coil and spring in the rear. They will be equipped with swift springs.

We are also currently in working on a complete multilink solution for the Z which will have
~straight tubular rear lower control arms (instead of the OEM spring boat)
~rear traction rod
~rear toe rod

Front end of the Z33 will be
~single pivot camber adjustable FLCA with spherical shock mount and caster adjustable compression rod combo
~bolt on super angle knuckle adapter
~tie rod, tie rod end, and rack position spacer
All of the front end items will be installed together since they are all designed around each other as a complete conversion front end. The result is up to 60 degrees of angle and a super flat tire patch at full lock.

[ Edited Thu Dec 30 2010, 07:20PM ]
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Hollywood
Fri Dec 31 2010, 07:41PM
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this sounds amazin i can wait to see it in person... so like next week?? lol ....
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Dan at MAX USA
Mon Jan 03 2011, 05:58PM

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Almost done with development just need to see about a boot for the rack position spacer, and also change that item to steel.

We initially set the ackerman to 5 degrees difference, but I think we'll make another knuckle adapter for 10-12 degrees and let Kado-San tell us which ones he prefers.







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Hollywood
Mon Jan 03 2011, 06:57PM
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wow what can i say other than wow. ball joints look worked with this thing up in the air lol... god bring on the gold and orange brother... i have a fealing the 5 degree acramen is going to be best... love the relocation of the tension rods. i stared at that for hours trying to figure out how you would get around clearing those dam things... never the less looks amazing...
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JankiS13
Wed Jan 05 2011, 06:21PM
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Looks gnarly!

This gives me even more confidence in you guys.
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Dan at MAX USA
Wed Jan 05 2011, 06:25PM

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The joint is still happy, and only looks like that on full compressed suspension with full lock.

thanks!

heres the prototype front end parts off the car, painted.





and some shots of the rear end arms too




[ Edited Wed Jan 05 2011, 06:41PM ]
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