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Never Installed Kinetix Front A-Arms & Rear Camber/Traction Arms

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Selling never installed set of Front A-Arms and Rear Camber/Traction Arms. I have sold my G35 now so will not be able to use them. $350 for the whole set.

 

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Great deal here!
 
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I’ve never bothered checking how well Kinetic suspension pieces perform/hold up. No specific reason. I see they use polyurethane bushings, correct. I’ve got spl suspension pieces which use pillowball. Personally, I kinda like the poly or hard rubber style bushings, but spl had a very good reputation for its suspension pieces, so I went that route. These look very nice...bump for the seller.

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I am looking at control arms, and due to what Ive read / heard I was thinking SPC as well.

If I knew how these would hold up, its a great deal.
 
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gmo0001 - Sent you a PM
 
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I have mine for 2 years now and have seen one track day with no issues. I think the FUCA above were the first generation cuz mine's pillow ball are covered with black rubber dust booth. I thought about SPL arms too when I was in the market but it was out of my budget lol. GLWS!
 
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One year for me and haven't needed regreasing since I put them on. I'll re-grease again soon.
 
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Thanks for the insight queen and engineer. I wont be doing any track sessions, just want to fix camber when I lower the car.
 
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Originally Posted by deeliciousqueen View Post
I have mine for 2 years now and have seen one track day with no issues. I think the FUCA above were the first generation cuz mine's pillow ball are covered with black rubber dust booth. I thought about SPL arms too when I was in the market but it was out of my budget lol. GLWS!
SPLís are pricey. Good quality. They are pretty stiff on the suspension. Luckily, I donít drive my G every day or in rain or winter weather. Or Iím pretty sure Iíd need greasing often. My G might turn into my DD, so I might have to change things up a little. Something like these nice kinetix seem ideal.

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One year for me and haven't needed regreasing since I put them on. I'll re-grease again soon.
so are the bushings poly and the ball joint for the front ucaís a pillow ball type? Sorry havenít researched these much...

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Well, we're going to see how they hold up, cuz I just sent payment to gmo0001 this morning
 
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Sweet

Good luck man!

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now I just need to source (and pay for) struts and sways.... Man it sucks how bad the exchange rate is right now between US / Canada. Id prefer to order in USA but with exchange / duty / shipping, I may have no choice but to buy in Canada.

Luckily my folks winter in Myrtle Beach, so I sent these parts to them to bring home for me but they wont have room for the struts
 
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Originally Posted by dmemenza
SPLís are pricey. Good quality. They are pretty stiff on the suspension. Luckily, I donít drive my G every day or in rain or winter weather. Or Iím pretty sure Iíd need greasing often. My G might turn into my DD, so I might have to change things up a little. Something like these nice kinetix seem ideal.so are the bushings poly and the ball joint for the front ucaís a pillow ball type? Sorry havenít researched these much...

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Check their website. These are version 1 which is still good.

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Well, we're going to see how they hold up, cuz I just sent payment to gmo0001 this morning
Nice they've been fine. If you want to be future proof order the updated upper ball joints or find a way to seal out dust From it. The pivot joints are easy to grease.
 
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now I just need to source (and pay for) struts and sways.... Man it sucks how bad the exchange rate is right now between US / Canada. Id prefer to order in USA but with exchange / duty / shipping, I may have no choice but to buy in Canada.

Luckily my folks winter in Myrtle Beach, so I sent these parts to them to bring home for me but they wont have room for the struts
You don't really don't need sways. Just a rear bar if you really need to have more oversteer.
 
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ok I was going to ask.... reason is is find there's quite a bit of body roll for a RWD "sporty" car... on my old accord coupe, I had lowered on HR and tokicos, but the biggest improvement was when I did rear swaybar (16mm to 20mm) and front strut brace. It was on rails after that...

Trying to get my G to handle the same.... already have the H&Rs delivered and now these control arms for camber... Looking to buy struts shortly (likely Koni Yellow but open to suggestions)

What do you suggest to tighten it up if not using sway(s)?
 

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