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    JIC Front Adjustable Upper Control Arms

    I'm looking to purchase the JIC Front Adjustable Upper Control Arms for the MKIV. However, would these be special order with a long wait time??

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    Front Control Arms from JIC have been discontinued according to JIC USA.

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    Thanks for the information!

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    Not a problem sir, let me know if there is anything else I can assist you with.

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    Had to bringan old thread back to life. I happen to have these jic control arms on my ma70

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2JZPWRDMA70 View Post
    Had to bringan old thread back to life. I happen to have these jic control arms on my ma70

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    Lol bringing an old thread back to life, haven't really noticed any diffrence i might need an alignment because i have too much negative camber & its killing the inside of my front tires. Thinking about putting stock ones back on my mkiii supra with poly mounts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2JZPWRDMA70 View Post
    Lol bringing an old thread back to life, haven't really noticed any diffrence i might need an alignment because i have too much negative camber & its killing the inside of my front tires. Thinking about putting stock ones back on my mkiii supra with poly mounts.
    The JIC upper arms were designed to allow more negative camber - the intent was improving track/road course performance by increasing the front negative camber and thereby reducing understeer. The tradeoff is accelerated inside edge tire wear if the car is driven normally.
    To take advantage of them you'll need R-comps or similar sticky tires on all four corners and matching suspension upgrades everywhere else - stiff springrates, a beefy front swaybar, etc.
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