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CorteX Cambered Floating CV drive Axle

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W2W Racing
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20+ Years
Pleasanton: 1/2 way between Sonoma and Laguna Seca
Yes, I'm a big believer in that admittedly heavy appliance. I'm going faster than I did on the very optimized upper control arm setup I had, and I've been more consistent with the car and I've eliminated a tendancy to spin in certain corners that would cost me races (I lost great positioning in about 7 races as the car was too touchy on throttle in corner exit). The Torque arm doesn't seem to have any disadvantage compared to the UCA setup (and I believe it was a compliance issue with rod end to rod end not jiving with the tires on throttle). It's resulted in a much easier car to drive at the limit, and you can save the car more easily if you tiptoe past the limit.
The torque arm was one of my first mods.
That blower motor I had on the 275 Hankooks I started with was just ridiculous.
The T/A helped quite a bit with that.
 

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