370Z/G37 Rear Traction Arms (RTR) eliminate the soft mushy rubber bushings on the stock links to reduce geometry changes in the rear suspension under hard acceleration/braking and when going over bumps. This provides more stability and predictability to the rear suspension for tighter handling. Our traction links are also length adjustable to allow the rear suspension bumpsteer characteristics to be tuned.
Using FEA (Finite Element Analysis) our CNC milled 6061 Billet Aluminum arms are designed to exceed factory strength and durability. SPL's exclusive Double Adjuster is comprised of electroless nickel plated 4130 Chromoly along with 6061 Aluminum clamps to reduce weight and prohibit corrosion while offering quick and easy adjustment. Blue Anodized Titanium hardware shaves even more unsprung weight from the arms, without compromising strength.
FK Spherical Bearings and Rod Ends are manufactured in Connecticut and utilize a Teflon liner to provide quiet operation, lower friction, smooth articulation, and eliminates bushing deflection under load. The liner is also self-lubricating and self-cleaning, offering robust reliability for street and track use. The PTFE liner is chemically bonded to the inner diameter of the race and offers a very high load carrying capacity that has greatly increased dynamic wear characteristics. The operating temperature of the liner ranges from -65º to 325ºF, offering robust reliability.
Sold as a Pair.
Made in the USA.
SPL Parts Titanium 370Z/G37 Rear Traction Arms Feature:
Lightweight Aluminum and Titanium construction
Electroless nickel plated 4130 Chromoly Double Adjuster for quick adjustment
6061 Aluminum Rotating clamp design allows for easy access to lock down your alignment settings
Computer Aided Design with Finite Element Analysis
Blue Anodized Titanium socket head cap screws
Low friction 3-piece Teflon lined FK Rod Ends
Black Anodized for a durable finish
Offset for maximum wheel clearance
2009+ Nissan 370Z (Z34)
2007-2008 Infiniti G35 Sedan (V35)
2008+ Infiniti G37 (V36)
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Posted by Fabian Lerch on 19th May 2020
I recently installed the rear camber and traction links on my 370z in combination with the eccentric lockout kit and it couldn't have been easier. The installation guide was easy to understand and the parts itself are topshelf! Now I can align the rear axle to get the fitment I wanted. Especially when you ride really low, for example with an airride like I do, you get a lot of camber and your tires gonna wear out pretty soon. With this parts you can fix that issue.
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