93-99 MR2 MK2 SW20 Front Adjustable Tie Rods
These Front Adjustable Tie Rods for all 93-99 MR2 MK2 SW20 Turbo and Non Turbo Models.
- Enhances the handling of our SW20's by allowing a wider distance of travel provided by the spherical bearings. Giving the front suspension a greater area of articulation.
- The use of spherical bearings eliminate the need for Polyurethane or hard plastic bushings. Reducing noise from Suspension Knock.
- Spherical bearings provide predictable, repeatable suspension transitions from corner diving in deep radius turn ins and deep radius turn outs.
- Allow for the proper alignment for lowered SW20's.
- Higher angle-deviation of 45-Degrees which allows for more steering angle and predictability near the steering-lock.
- Spacers allow for 0,5,10 or 15mm of Bump-Steer correction to keep your suspension arms aligned. For Bump-Steer correction on extremely lowered SW20's enhance the performance of the front adjustable tie rods by installing our RCA's(ROLL CENTER ADJUSTERS).
- Castle nuts and cotter pins keep the tie-rods secured and eliminates any possibility of the hardware backing-out.
The MR2 MK2 SW20 is Toyota's most popular version of their Mid-Ship platform that has been the favorite of many track-minded drivers for almost two decades. Although difficult to master, the MR-Platform is considered perhaps the strongest platform as the car has the ability to be a perfect 50:50 balance of weight between the wheels.
The MR-Platform is difficult to master due to the sensitivity of weight-transfer which can cause the car to seem unstable; because of this fact the alignment is absolutely CRUCIAL in this vehicle and can greatly effect the stability and handling.
These adjustable Tie-Rod ends offer a higher angle of deviation which gives slightly more steering angle and more predictability when nearing steering-lock. The 15mm of bump-steer adjustment allows the tuner to keep the control arm and tie rod at similar angles to keep a more predictable steering characteristic in this already touchy car. This allows the driver to get a more direct feel for the car and a more predictable reaction which gives the driver more confidence.