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Originally Posted by GJF View Post
You can cut the center section of the 930 "torsion tube" and cut the 74 "torsion tube" out at the same width and reweld the 930 center section in place.
Or
Buy these from smart racing which would be less work
911 Rear Control Arm Pivot Box
Upgrade Kits (Using 930 Arms)
Part No. 562020
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Overview:
The idea is to allow non-turbo cars to be upgraded to use of turbo arms whose pivot has
been moved up and back. This reduces acceleration squat tendencies and makes the
camber curve characteristics of wider wheels and tires more effective; also allowing a
more simplified camber adjustment method. Bump steer curves are more ideal as well.
These boxes are also available for standard 911 control arms (part #4001-911).
Camber will now be adjusted by raising and lowering the center pivot bolt. This will not
affect the toe settings (no more crawling under the car to change camber angles and then
readjust toe!) You adjust camber from the inside of the car with 19 and 22mm wrenches.
Simple self-aligning and self-fixturing. Note that modification to the back seat area for
clearance of these boxes will be necessary.
Thanks for the link. You would not happen to have any pics of the conversions you have done in the past would you? Aslo, will there be any problems with the engine and tranny installation? Thanks for your time
Old 08-09-2010, 08:57 AM
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