Nissan GT-R R35 is a great performance car, but the rideheight is still designed for street use and to go over speedbumps without bottoming. Lowering the car will give more grip and better handling, but then the factory designed kinematics won’t work as they are supposed to. If the kinematics are out of range, than mechanical grip is decreased and this also influenses aerodynamical grip as the kinematics support less roll, squat and pitch.
Higher roll center (RC) Our Nissan GT-R front kit brings the RC, bump steer and camber curve into good range. It provides better roll stiffness, handling and grip on a lowered car.
Dual kinematics setup Uprights have points. One is for lowered rideheight with standard 710mm (28“) diameter wheels and second set of points is for either small wheels (that is required by some series rules) with lowered rideheight or for standard wheel with standard ride height.
Adjustable front motion ratio Motion ratio can be changed by changing shock position on the arm. It can be done quickly and has the effect of changing the springrate. This means that understeer/oversteer can be changed within a few minutes
CrMo rod ends and sphericals
Quicker steering ratio Steering ratio is slightly quicker compared to OEM.
Easy camber, caster adjustments
7075-T6 aluminium billet CNC knuckles With optimized design that provide low weight and high strenght.
The standard 20“ or 18“ racing wheel can be used
Designed for bigger CV joints Nissan GT-R R35 CV joints are good to handle big power, but for any case if power and grip exeed their limits, then the uprights have room for bigger CV joint if needed.