Nagisa Auto Tie Rod End Mitsubishi EVO VII, VIII, IX
A tie rod consists of an inner and an outer end. The spokes on a bicycles wheels are tie rods. As the ratio of its length to the radius of gyration of its cross section is normally quite large, it would likely buckle under the action of compressive forces. The tie rod transmits force from the steering center link or the rack gear to the steering knuckle. This will cause the wheel to turn. The outer tie rod end connects with an adjusting sleeve, which allows the length of the tie rod to be adjustable. This adjustment is used to set a vehicles alignment angle.
Nagisa Auto is quickly gaining fame and popularity for their highly custom suspension and chassis parts. Using their custom parts, they hold the super lap (time attack) record at many tracks, and conquered many manufacturers and professional race teams that are many times larger that were seemingly undefeatable. Nagisa Auto is one of Japan's rising stars.