Want the ultimate in geometry for your s-body drift/track car?
Introducing the Driftworks Geomaster V2 knuckles, coming very soon…
Low cars look badass, they also handle well. In some respects.
Everyone knows a lower COG means the car will handle well, but when you lower a car past a certain point, alignment arms go out-of-spec. You get trouble with arms binding, and excessive dynamic alignment change. (If your car’s low, and the wheels are wide enough, watch the rear camber change when you corner hard!). Nissan “s-body” suspension is notoriously bad, this is where Driftworks provide the ultimate solution.
Driftworks Geomaster knuckles lower the car by 45mm front and 50mm rear, with no change in alignment arm angle, track rod angle or shock length. Eliminating these issues and providing the ultimate in straight line traction and lateral grip. Also banishing bump-steer and providing MASSIVE lock. The new feature of the V2 knuckles is compatibility with s13/r32/33 & z32 rear drum brake.
Just look at the DW s15 with no rear bumper, you can see despite being ran mm’s from the floor, the arms stay flatter than a pancake, keeping geometry stable at all times, allowing Phil to control 700+BHP. Now go and look at yours and wonder why you struggle for traction with half that power
So, what does all this mean? The ultimate in geometry, lock and grip – giving you reduced laptimes and INSANE drifts.
To save me the 1000′s of emails, the hubs are in the final stages of manufacture and are a couple of weeks away – we’ll blog again once there is stock available! You can read more about them, and whats required for fitment here in the shop.
Now, did someone mention 4th gear backwards entries?
Written by Kam
Posted on October 5, 2010. Filed under Driftworks Shop, Team Driftworks.
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