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Old 08-01-2012, 10:59 AM   #1 (permalink)
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AMS INC. will be offering forum members additional discounts on the 370Z/G37 suspension components.

AMS 370Z ADJUSTABLE CAMBER KIT - ONLINE SALE $529, FORUM $467




AMS 370Z ADJUSTABLE CAMBER KIT - Suspension - 370Z / G37

AMS 370Z FRONT ADJUSTABLE CAMBER ARMS - ONLINE SALE $299, FORUM $268



AMS 370Z FRONT ADJUSTABLE CAMBER ARM - Suspension - 370Z / G37

AMS 370Z/G37 REAR CAMBER/TRACTION ARMS - ONLINE SALE $225, FORUM $199




AMS ECCENTRIC LOCK-OUT KIT (Z33/Z34) - ONLINE SALE $65, FORUM $55



AMS ECCENTRIC LOCK-OUT KIT (Z33/Z34) - Suspension - 370Z / G37


AMS OUTER ADJUSTABLE TIE ROD ENDS - ONLINE SALE $199, FORUM $168


AMS OUTER ADJUSTABLE TIE ROD ENDS - Suspension - 370Z / G37

ADDED BONUS! FOR THOSE THAT 'LIKE' our Facebook page as well during the sale (purchase required) we will throw in an AMS KEY-CHAIN and a pair of AMS METAL LICENSE PLATE HOLDERS:
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For those that have inquired these are in stock!
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Several PMs answered. All items still in stock! For quicker replies please send an e-mail to:

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hmmmm.... how is the clearance on the front camber arms with a Z lowered on Swifts (1" drop)? I have heard that the SPC arms will 'bump' and rub in the corners or on uneven roads due to less than stock clearance. What about these?.... thoughts?
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Have a local Z with HKS coil-overs and lowered much more than 1" without any issues with these.

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hmmmm.... how is the clearance on the front camber arms with a Z lowered on Swifts (1" drop)? I have heard that the SPC arms will 'bump' and rub in the corners or on uneven roads due to less than stock clearance. What about these?.... thoughts?
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Recent install with photos on a 500bhp plus supercharged G37 at AMS INC:

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Your website says:

"Unlike the factory arms which do not allow for adjustment these AMS arms allow 1.5 degrees of positive to 1.5 degrees of negative adjustment."

Does that mean the most neg camber you can run is -1.5? Or is that inaddition to? In other words I want -2 to -2.5 deg of camber...is that possible?
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For the casual observer that may seem the case.

However several differences not only in the appearance. Ball-Joint, thread pitch and rubber boot to be more exact - along with price. Didn't expect you to know this as you drive a 20+ yr old Z32 and are trying to give input on a 370Z forum with regards to suspension you have no experience with? Plenty of clients locally with these installed as demonstrated in the install and they will readily be available for any direct feedback on their experience with our products for those owners of a 370Z who desire referrals.


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[QUOTE=BigTDogg (MA);1982297]I didn't realize you guys were an authorized reseller of Kinetix parts in black now? That's cool
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To run this type of negative camber you may not need any arms at all depending on the drop you are planning? The tread life of your tire beyond 1.5 negative camber of factory settings (which these arms will yield) will be greatly reduced.

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Your website says:

"Unlike the factory arms which do not allow for adjustment these AMS arms allow 1.5 degrees of positive to 1.5 degrees of negative adjustment."

Does that mean the most neg camber you can run is -1.5? Or is that inaddition to? In other words I want -2 to -2.5 deg of camber...is that possible?
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I had similar outer adjustable tie rod ends installed by AMS on my Z32 over 3 months ago. By my research, these are supposed to be the ticket for those sporting a substantial lowered ride height. Something about placing less stress on the outer (older style) boot and joint which may eventually compromise the sealing boot due to such a radical angle of the tie rod.
So far this seems to be doing the trick and is working well.

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For those that have inquired about servicing the ball-joints on the front upper arms we will be offering replacement units online for long term usability.

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SALES FROM TODAY TO BLACK FRIDAY WILL HAVE FREE SHIPPING INCLUDED!

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I had similar outer adjustable tie rod ends installed by AMS on my Z32 over 3 months ago. By my research, these are supposed to be the ticket for those sporting a substantial lowered ride height. Something about placing less stress on the outer (older style) boot and joint which may eventually compromise the sealing boot due to such a radical angle of the tie rod.
So far this seems to be doing the trick and is working well.
Just a bit of an update. Since the install of those 370Z outer tie rods ends, they've been performing flawlessly. Last August while having new tires installed I thought I'd make a quick video of my suspension as part of an overall inspection for piece of mind. You will see the condition of the 370Z outer tie rod ends after a full year of use. What you'll also see is the remainder of my suspension which includes AMS Race coilovers (limited edition run), AMS front adjustable tension rods, AMS adjustable front upper control arms (FUCA's) rear FUCA Lock-out Kit, and rear HICAS delete kit. With the exception of the HICAS kit (3 years old) all of these components were installed May 2009.
After 4.5 years and over 40,000kms. I'd say they've weathered the test of time and endurance surviving numerous long distance trips like a champ.

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Shipped to 89147 please. Camber kits front and back.
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