Nissan R34 GT-R Skyline RB26DETT
Twin Cam, Twin Turbo, 24 Valve
This Comprehensive SuperPro Kit Contains-
Unique R34 GTR Steering Rack Mounting Bushes
This track proven kit dramatically improves the handling and feel of the Skyline. By replacing the original rubber mountings which can deflect with the specially designed polyurethane mounts you can dramatically increase the feedback from the road through the steering, giving a more involving, informative and safer driving car.
Front Upper Control Arm, Inner Bush Kit
The kit comprises the front upper control arm inner bushes. SuperPro significantly improves the handling and feel of the vehicle while keeping the suspension geometry as it was designed unlike rubber bushes that deform and can cause alignment problems and also excess tyre wear.
Front Upper Control Arm, Outer Bush Kit
This front upper control arm outer bush kit replaces the troublesome Nissan originals. This is one of the most commonly wearing bushes on the R34 Skyline, and this bush kit provides an uprated alternative that is race tested, but at the same time can be used on the road without becoming tiresome.
Front Tension Rod Bush Kit
Rear Lower Control Arm (Wishbone) Inner Bush Kit
These lower rear control arm (wishbone) inner bushes are a technically advanced product that has been designed to give you the benefits of a tighter handling more direct vehicle while minimising the extra noise and vibration.
Rear Upper 'Camber' Arm Bush Kit
Another improved SuperPro bush that uses SuperPro's design expertise to create a bush to absorb road noise and vibrations. The advanced material used ensures that no permanent deformation can occur keeping the suspension geometry, especially camber, accurate. Please contact us for a variety of options if you require camber adjustment at this location.
Rear Upper 'Traction' Arm Bush Kit
Maintaining correct wheel alignment during the whole range of wheel movement is vitally important which ever car you drive. This bush kit ensures the rear traction arm is kept in the correct position reducing tyre wear and improving the grip and handling of the car, especially under extreme compression.