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  • FS: VAC 3/4" Roll Center Spacers

    Almost new, one weekend of use. Great product, but I need the 1" spacer so these 3/4" units have to go. $100, SHIPPED!

    Christopher
    Christopher

    www.brmmotorsports.com

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    Chris, I have the 3/4" spacer and wondering what your opinion is on them. What's the reason for the step up to 1"?

    I was considering the 1" but was told that 3/4" was plenty for most applications.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by chutrain View Post
      Chris, I have the 3/4" spacer and wondering what your opinion is on them. What's the reason for the step up to 1"?

      I was considering the 1" but was told that 3/4" was plenty for most applications.
      Our application isn't like most. I've got to get the JP car lower, and the 3/4" isn't enough. The main reason I need the 1" (which is still going to be marginal) is because I've got to get the ride height correct with 245/40/17 R6s on a 17X9 Team Dynamics PR1s. It's an awfully big wheel/tire combo that increases the ride height quite a bit. 3/4" should be plenty for even the lowest 15" and 16" wheel/tire combos. The VAC spacer is very nice. I've just got to trade-up for the bigger unit.
      Christopher

      www.brmmotorsports.com

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      • #4
        Would like to buy... PMing

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        • #5
          Chris I'm not sure if I read your post correctly but it sounds like you are using these to reduce your ride height?

          All these spacers do are reduce caster and correct the control arm angle - you would be correct on using a larger spacer for an extremely low car, but the spacer by itself will not affect ride height more than 1 or 2 mm.

          I'm not familiar with the rules of JP but my Turner JS kit rode pretty high due to the crash mounts up top - I switched to Vorshlag camber plates and now my 225/40R18s are tucked up in the fender.
          Last edited by M3Driver; 05-27-2008, 09:29 AM.

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          • #6
            Brian,

            Chris only mentioned suspension height because it is the reason his tie rods are at a severe angle (more so than std lowering). Hence the need for taller ackerman/roll center spacers.
            Pat

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            • #7
              right on, I figured as much but wanted to verify

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              • #8
                Originally posted by M3Driver View Post
                Chris I'm not sure if I read your post correctly but it sounds like you are using these to reduce your ride height?

                All these spacers do are reduce caster and correct the control arm angle - you would be correct on using a larger spacer for an extremely low car, but the spacer by itself will not affect ride height more than 1 or 2 mm.

                I'm not familiar with the rules of JP but my Turner JS kit rode pretty high due to the crash mounts up top - I switched to Vorshlag camber plates and now my 225/40R18s are tucked up in the fender.
                Originally posted by m3pat2 View Post
                Brian,

                Chris only mentioned suspension height because it is the reason his tie rods are at a severe angle (more so than std lowering). Hence the need for taller ackerman/roll center spacers.
                Originally posted by M3Driver View Post
                right on, I figured as much but wanted to verify

                I think we are all on the same page now.

                PMs replied.


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                Thank you.
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                Christopher

                www.brmmotorsports.com

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