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Okay, folks. You asked for some pricing help with these mighty Mk4 Tubular Control Arms. This group buy is now officially ON with $75 off what will be standard pricing in TEN DAYS (or 10 kits sold).

DISCOUNT CODE for website orders: CONTROLARM4




As is already known from the massive introduction thread, these parts are built for Racers AND the “Go Low” show car crowd. How can one kit provide the same exact improvements for cars with such different build specs? Racer types will love the handling precision that only solid rod ends (aka heim, pillow ball, or rose joints) can deliver. There’s no deflection that compromises normal bushing operation. There’s also ZERO binding as the suspension travels through it’s normal range.


Try getting arms with stock bushings to move this far without binding. You CAN'T!

Guys on airbag suspension aren’t too worried about handling precision but suffer badly from binding stock bushings. Forced to operate well outside their intended ride height range, they produce ride harshness and unpredictable handling. These arms are stronger than stock and weigh less, too. So, impact resistance is built in. Can’t dodge that pot hole? HIT IT with confidence. Put the extra camber adjustment to work to achieve extra “tuck” and correct tire wear problems, too. Solve all the typical annoyances with these direct bolt-on arms. Plus, THEY'RE SEXY AND YOU KNOW IT. :eek: :cool:

Group Buy RATES are available for the next TEN DAYS or ORDERS -whichever comes first. (When ordering from our website, include your username in the notes section.) Post your name here, too. Don't forget the COUPON CODE: CONTROLARM4. :peace:

 

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New year new group buy?
There's no group buy organized right now. However, we might be happy to put a package deal together for a combination of the tubular front control arms, aluminum rack bracket, and choice of either poly strut top mounts or the race versions. The solid subframe bushings are typically taken at the same time, too. Round up five buyers or so and we'll be happy to throw a compelling deal out there for some custom combination of these items (not all or nothing). We're not going to lead the expedition, but if you get interested together we'll be happy to support it. :thumbup:










 

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Interested in a set as well
Please organize with Nash and put your custom combination of desired bits together. Once five guys are interested and a list of arms plus other stuff is submitted, I'll crunch the profit numbers and see how much we can kick back as a promotion. :thumbup:

Also, here's a whole new part to add to your R32 or TT. It'd qualify for combination pricing, too. What the bronze subframe bushings do for the front of the car, these items now do for the rear:
 

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I am interested. Do the slots of these control arms allow for more negative camber than the OE arms?
 
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