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Old 08-04-2014, 03:27 PM   #1
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UAS front under brace

New revised version radius rod to engine cross member brace, designed to fit any 300ZX TT and NA, twin or single pass radiator. It ties in the whole front end at the actual load points, for improved handling. GTR's have this from factory. The best brace in the market made from steel tube, TIG welded with threaded steel boss for the radius head to secure to. Will come powder coated in silver.

Special price of $150 each, plus $25 freight anywhere in Australia or free pick up. We require a $50 deposit and a minimum of 10 orders to proceed, once we have 10 it will be approximately 6 weeks until we are ready to ship.

We will put a completion date of 1st June 2014, if there is not enough interest, we'll refund everyone.

To Order click on this link http://www.uniqueautosports.com.au/P...00zx-3369.aspx




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Old 08-04-2014, 06:41 PM   #2
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I'm in.
Want me to purchase online, or drop cash off one day on my way home from uni?
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Old 08-04-2014, 10:09 PM   #3
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Yeah I'll get one.
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Old 08-04-2014, 10:14 PM   #4
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I'll put my order in soon.
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Old 08-04-2014, 10:52 PM   #5
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Old 09-04-2014, 06:31 AM   #6
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Forgive my ignorance but what is required for install, is it a straight bolt on, or does it require welding, will any modification to stock setup be required etc? Cheers
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Old 09-04-2014, 11:07 AM   #7
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Yup, I'm in. Sounds good.
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Old 09-04-2014, 01:18 PM   #8
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Bolt in

Sorry I should have explained, it directly bolts straight in, nothing else required. 3clipse either way is fine.
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Old 09-04-2014, 06:22 PM   #9
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Will this work against trying to stiffen a vert? Ideally I want a brace that connects the middle of the car to the front. Will running this without that support make what I'm trying to achieve worse?
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Old 09-04-2014, 09:13 PM   #10
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Im in when I have some money to spare... soon hopfully.
does this replace the factory radius rods or bolt ontop/around them?
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Old 10-04-2014, 12:59 PM   #11
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It replaces the radius rod nut and sits between the radius rod brackets, which are flimsy, and goes back and bolts to the engine cross member. So it all ties in and supports in multiple directions. It is made using all straight tubes, tightly bolted between and suporting the key load points at the highest suspension load points in the car. This is by far the best and most effective brace you could put on a Zed. Better than a strut brace or fender braces.
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Old 10-04-2014, 01:27 PM   #12
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would it cause any significant increase in nvh levels for the car? (noise, vibration, harshness)

interested, but dont want it be "race car" spec , same reason you dont go stupid hard coilovers etc.

also a fitted ppic would be great, of the current model being sold here.(if available)

so far, put me down as a tentative yes.
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They are for road or race car and there would be zero increase in noise or vibration. In fact the opposite, as it eliminates any flex or creaks. It does not replace a bush with a solid mount, which can increase vibration, it simply supports the factory cross member that the lower control arms bolt to and the radius rod boxes or brackets that are both bolted directly to the chassis.

I will get some pics fitted.
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They are for road or race car and there would be zero increase in noise or vibration. In fact the opposite, as it eliminates any flex or creaks. It does not replace a bush with a solid mount, which can increase vibration, it simply supports the factory cross member that the lower control arms bolt to and the radius rod boxes or brackets that are both bolted directly to the chassis.

I will get some pics fitted.
sounds good, look forward to fitted pics......
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I found this pic of our series 1 version fitted. Version 2 is very similar, the difference is the long tube that goes between the radius rods is slightly further back in the car so it will fit any radiator, single or twin pass.

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I found this pic of our series 1 version fitted. Version 2 is very similar, the difference is the long tube that goes between the radius rods is slightly further back in the car so it will fit any radiator, single or twin pass.

Anyone with the stock rubber (or aftermarket replacement metal) undercovers, would they have issues? I've got the front and the one after it.... looks like it might not fit? It's right where that bar is.

Talking about these two.

http://www.conceptzperformance.com/C...120.147.153.94

http://www.conceptzperformance.com/C...120.147.153.94

1st one doesn't look like it would be a problem but the second one....
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1st one doesn't look like it would be a problem but the second one....
I run both the aluminium engine cover and the OEM stock plastic radiator one in front of it .

no probs


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I run both the aluminium engine cover and the OEM stock plastic radiator one in front of it .

no probs


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Good stuff, good to know thanks mate.
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It replaces the radius rod nut and sits between the radius rod brackets, which are flimsy, and goes back and bolts to the engine cross member. So it all ties in and supports in multiple directions. It is made using all straight tubes, tightly bolted between and suporting the key load points at the highest suspension load points in the car. This is by far the best and most effective brace you could put on a Zed. Better than a strut brace or fender braces.
Jedi-77 im fairly sure this answers your question. It replaces the nut on tension rods and not sure it it says jow the othernpart is bolted in, ive had a pretty big day and half asleep writing this*
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3clipse either way is fine.
No worries, I'll be there tomorrow or friday
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