Join Date: Dec 2004
Location: Grand Haven, MI
SN95 control arms on a narrow fox K-member. Will it work?
Ok, I have searched for an answer to this problem, but not found a clear description of what happens when SN95 control arms are fitted to an early fox k-member. My car has an 84 4-cyl K-member with 87-93 control arms and MM c/c plates. I installed the plates and arms this spring and could only get .5' neg. camber when the plates are adjusted to the stops. The car also has the 87-93 V8 brake upgrade.
Will the SN95 arms clear the current rotors? I had heard there might be an issue there.
With a 16" x 8" wheel and 225 tires, how much will I have to pull the fenders out?
How much track gain will I see with the SN95 arms on the narrow 4-cyl k-member?
Besides track width increase and added camber, is there any other advantages to going with a longer control arm?
Finaly, would I be better off just adding a later model fox K-member and use my current control arms. The car is being built for Solo II ESP and a few track events.
Thanks in advance.
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