The risk associated with lowdown is bump steer caused by the abnormal angle of the tie rods. Bump steer causes extreme toe changes when the suspension strokes, resulting in poor straightness during driving. In addition, it has a great effect on the steering characteristics during cornering, and the turning performance is extremely reduced. The "Bump Adjust Tie Rod End" is a geometry correction part that combines high strength and functional design by incorporating a large diameter ball stud extended to the optimum length into a stylish forged case. By optimizing the angle of the tie rod, bump steer is suppressed and the steering operation is transmitted directly to the steering shaft. The synergistic effect of lowering the center of gravity by lowering down allows you to experience the supreme steering feel that is linked to the driver's intentions.
Moonface Bump Adjust Tierod Ends are extremely strong and durable which is best for maintaining car stability during hard steering and braking.** For Subaru Impreza (GC8, GDA, GDB, GRB, GVB)
The ball stud part is extended by about 20 mm compared to OEM
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