Are Superior radius arms legal?
These arms don’t just offer extreme levels of flex for the front of your Nissan patrol, the also handle extremely well on road. We have completed NCOP approval testing up to 110km/h, meaning the Hyperflex Radius Arms are legal* for use on road throughout Australia.
What do radius arms do?
A radius rod (also called a radius arm, torque arm, torque spring, and torsion bar) is a suspension link intended to control wheel motion in the longitudinal (fore-aft) direction.
What are drop boxes 4×4?
Drop boxes are designed to drop the rear of your Radius arms on Coil Spring Nissan Patrol GQ and GU. By dropping the rear of the radius arm when a lift is performed it will Return Lost Caster to steering & greatly improve the drivability of the vehicle.
How do superflex arms work?
This suspension uses two lower arms that attach from the frame down to the axle. This arm at the axle attaches itself both above and below the axle’s centre line or in the case of a patrol / cruiser front and back. These attachment points keep the axle from twisting under the vehicle.
What engine is in a GQ Patrol?
Initially there were two engine options in the GQ Patrol line-up: the 4.2-litre OHV TB42 petrol six (125kW/325Nm), and the 4.2-litre OHV TD42 diesel six (85kW/264Nm).
What is a drop box Nissan Patrol?
The ATI nissan patrol drop boxes suit vehicles with 3-5 inches of lift and are designed to drop the rear of the radius arms when such a lift is performed. By dropping the rear of the radius arms castor angles will be corrected and the drivability of the vehicle will be greatly improved.
What is SuperFlex suspension?
The Superior Engineering – SuperFlex Arms are all designed around a complete bolt-on setup and are available to suit suspension or lift sizes from 0″ to 6″+. They are designed to maximise front suspension travel and are optimised to work with most long travel shocks and springs.
How many control arm bushings do I need?
two control arm bushings
Each control arm is connected to the vehicle frame with two control arm bushings. These bushings allow the control arms to move up and down.
What do rear radius arms do?
Radius arms are a part of the rear suspension system. They are used in place of rear A-arms or struts. The advantage of radius arms has to do with camber—they help keep your tires and wheels tilted to the same degree through your suspension’s whole range of motion.
What do drop out cones do?
Drop Out Cones fit snuggly under the coil hats and basically work by allowing the coil to drop down an additional 3.75” before they will fall out. Plus guiding them back to there seating position on compression.
What do drop boxes do on GU Patrol?
Drop boxes are designed to drop the rear of your Radius arms on the Nissan Patrol GQ and GU. By dropping the rear of the radius arm when a lift is performed it will greatly improve the drivability of the vehicle.