i'm not too sure about the effects of a longer suspension arm. the hub carriers are more inboard and the pivot points are virtually the same as the original arms.
in theory about suspension arms IN GENERAL, the longer suspension arms the better, IF it increases the track of your car. What is also important is the difference in length between the upper camber link and the arm itself. The bigger the difference, the the camber intake as the suspension is compressed. This is bad, you would want this effect to be minimized.
what the long suspension arm set from Tamiya gave me is a slop free suspension and all the hop-ups that i would have had to buy one piece at a time (stailess steel suspension shafts, adjustable camber links, adjustable tie-rods and front and rear sway bars), in one complete package at a lower price.
Last edited by jericsm; 03-07-2002 at 05:09 AM.