braydenc wrote:Hi Everyone,
Now I have been looking into IFS suspension for some time and seen some stuff out there to improve our stock suspension most of it I leave with a whim as for what I do the standard stuff does fine (talking about arms etc)
But one thing that I notice with all IFS cars is they have no travel downwards, now is there a way to improve this I know most of it is big $$$ which isn't a issue im looking to do something unique with my Triton with out going full fledged SAS.
I dont know if ultimate can chime in here and let me know if its even possible to do with a Triton?
braydenc wrote:I could lock both diffs and be pretty much unstoppable
braydenc wrote:is it possible to do what im asking with the suspension and keep it street engineered.
NowForThe5th wrote:braydenc wrote:I could lock both diffs and be pretty much unstoppable
Best optionbraydenc wrote:is it possible to do what im asking with the suspension and keep it street engineered.
The simple answer is "no", but that's not 100% accurate. Many things are possible but require engineering and approval which can be expensive, especially if the registration authority requires such things as stability tests. Replacement control arms are available from various suppliers, especially in Thailand, but I'm not aware of a single one which has been approved for use here. Remember that suspension is a matter of quite complex geometry - it's not as simple as just whacking on a set of longer LCAs - the UCAs, ball joints, steering, driveshaft and brake components may need to be changed as well.
Widen your track with wheels that have offset around +15 to +20 and go with tyres and suspension that will give you the maximum legal lift in your State. Add front diff lock for traction.
I've said this heaps of times before but a well-driven stock vehicle will almost always outperform a poorly driven modified vehicle. Seen it time and time again.
L200Shogun wrote:This lets you have 3" suspension lift. I have read of it being "engineered" in NSW
https://www.kpd4x4.com/karrman-diff-dro ... -triton-ch
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