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New products from V8 Roadsters

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New products from V8 Roadsters

Postby shandelle » Tue Apr 07, 2009 7:41 pm

We are in the process of updating the website from cover to cover. As we are working on the updates I have decide to release some pictures of a few of our new products.

We now offer two carrier mounting systems for you to choose from and different axle setups for you power needs. More information can be found on our product page. Here is picture of the new Ford 8.8 mount with the stage 2 axles.
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Ford 8.8

Do you live in the land of RHD? Now along with our standard LSx kits we are also proud to offer right hand drive kits and light weight subframes.

Our latest venture in the suspension department has brought adjustable tubular control arms. The control arms are all DOM tubing construction fully gusseted MIG and TIG welded. Offering a 3lbs saving per corner when utilizing the entire set of eight with additional camber adjustments of +/- 2 degrees. Custom front upper ball joints designed by and exclusive to V8 Roadsters are fully rebuildable and tension adjustable. Built in grease fitting and 20% less drag over OEM to boot. More info and first release date soon. $1795
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Tubular control arms

In our continuing search of bring the best product available to you the Miata enthusiast . We have recently improved our frame rail stiffeners. Our new frame rails use additional mounting point, are laser cut and CNC profiled. This distributes the load forces evenly over the entire car. More info to follow with product page update. $125 includes grade 8 mounting hardware zinc finished.
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V8 Roadsters frame rails

All of our products are finished in a 5 stage powder coating for superior protection and weather resistance.

Keep an eye out for the new site updates!

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