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BRAND NEW MEGAN RACING - REAR TOE + TRAILING ARM (MR-6442 MT-0270)
FIT : MITSUBISHI Eclipse 95-05
It is within this understanding that Megan Racing has unveiled our line of reinforced suspension arms that offer the strength and adjustment that any competition vehicle will ever need. Constructed of high-strength steel alloys that offer durability, strength and yet remain light-weight, these control arms have been track tested for months in road race, autocross and drift events to assure quality and performance.
These Toe-Control arms allow for fine-tuned adjustments to the rear toe in/out setting of the vehicle. Toe is crucial for the straight line stability and behavior of a car and is said to have more of an effect than the front toe.
- Constructed of Steel Alloy for Lightweight yet Durable performance.
- Can be adjusted without removing from the vehicle.
- Eliminates Premature Tire Wear while improving handling and stability.
- MSRP: $176.00
These rear adjustable trailing arms offer rear caster adjustability when the vehicle ride height is lowered below OEM specifications. Suspension geometry as it was designed from the factory is often compromised when the static ride height of a vehicle is decreased in attempts to lower the center of gravity. As a result of these adjustments, the potential of running into alignment limitations increases and often times without aftermarket suspension arms, the camber and toe settings may not be able to be fully corrected. These rear adjustable trailing arms solve the tendency for the rear end of the Mitsubishi Eclipse 1995-1999 chassis to run into alignment limitations when the ride height is drastically lowered.
These trailing arms allow the adjustment of Caster in the rear wheels which can drastically effect the responsiveness of the car during hard cornering or drifting. The Pillow ball ends replace the OEM soft-rubber bushings which absorb too much energy that is then wasted... the result is a more direct feel with no energy lost in the suspension system.