TINS-0100 - VooDoo13 Adjustable Front Outer Tie Rod


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Part #: TINS-0100
Notes: Adjustable Front Outer Tie Rod
Your Price: $209.00

All Fitments

NISSAN
Year Model SubModel Cylinders Liter Aspiration Eng Desg. Fuel Notes
1989 - 1994 240SX ALL ALL ALL ALL ALL ALL
1995 - 1998 240SX ALL ALL ALL ALL ALL ALL
1999 - 2002 SILVIA ALL ALL ALL ALL ALL ALL

Product Description

Voodoo13 is proud to offer our new Outer Tie Rods that allow for adjustable bump steer correction. With an excessively lowered car, the changes in the suspension can cause unwanted handling characteristics such as bump steer. Roll center will also be effected negatively when lowering a car which can cause the car to roll more when cornering. Bump steer is when the driver’s input is absent when steering the front wheels, and it steers itself during road imperfections due to improper suspension geometry. With our adjustable tie rods, you can fine tune the suspension geometry using the included spacers to dial out bump steer as well as relocate the roll center closer to OEM position which also reduces the stress on the ball joints in the steering system. To ensure binding isn’t a problem, our outer tie rod ends incorporate QA1’s high misalignment rod ends with 64° of misalignment angle.

Features:

  • 35mm longer than OEM at shortest adjustment, 54mm longer than OEM at max adjustment
  • Up to 25mm of bump steer adjustment in 5mm increments.
  • CNC machined tie rod shanks from heat treated 17-4 H900 stainless steel for superior 190ksi tensile strength and corrosion resistance.
  • 2024 aluminum hex is extremely lightweight and 50% stronger than 6061-T6 aluminum.
  • Spacers machined from aerospace grade aluminum.
  • USA made QA1 PCYM chromoly steel heims are heat treated for strength and durability.
  • Allows for roll center and bump steer correction.

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