Nagisa Auto Adjustable Rear Lower Arm Mitsubishi EVO VII, VIII, IX
The new Nagisa rear lower arm is highly reinforced design allows for adjustment of rear camber settings beyond factory specifications. Rear Camber settings affect tire wear, and more importantly, rear traction under various types of load.
With a multi-link suspension pieces feature high quality construction and durable spherical pillow ball ends, which eliminates factory rubber bushing type suspension arms. Pillow ends are special coated to decrease wear.
Adjustable out to 20mm.
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They say the more expensive it is, the better. The case is not the same for Nagisa Auto. Based on the land of the rising sun Osaka, Japan, Nagisa Auto specializes in creating competitive drift and circuit vehicles in Japan.
With years of experience in high-performance car building, they were able to utilize this skill to create quality products that produced winners on the track. The company is well-known for its suspension parts for a variety of Japanese made vehicles.
Today they are considered as one of the rising stars when it comes to aftermarket tuning in Japan.
Nagisa Auto may be small compared to other mainstream brands. Still, their popularity is starting to get traction. As of the moment, cars using their products are starting to set Super Lap Time Attack records, beating professional manufacturer-backed race teams.
Nagisa offers suspension parts that include control arms, tie rod ends, tension rods, camber adapters, and more. They also provide lower seat rails for better seat positioning.
With their parts tried and tested in the racetrack, you are certain that they are focused on providing the best performance parts to the customer.
If you are looking for an upgrade for your vehicle suspension parts, and want it to perform well on the street as on the track, then they are the brand for you. Visit Vivid Racing and check out the Nagisa part that would suit your needs.
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