Ridetech's new rear suspension

Discussion in 'Suspension, Steering, Brake & Wheel Topics' started by Zulu28, Oct 29, 2017.

  1. Zulu28

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    Yep, that one is on my list along with others....I think I need to win a U.S. lottery!!
     
  2. badazz81z28

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    Looks like it's advertised for $2550 and comes with no shocks. I just don't like how angled the lower links are and the links are non adjustable for driveline angle.
     
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    Thoughts?
     

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  5. Zulu28

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    I saw that badazz, made me look several times, not sure what to make of that, if that's straight and level then what's going on when extended to the limit? Looking at the website it looks like that pic was taken to demonstrate how the upper link is attached through the back seat area to the bulkhead
     
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  6. badazz81z28

    badazz81z28 Veteran Member

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    I have no doubt on your thoughts on Geometry however I have no complaints with my Quadra Link nor is it a slouch in the Autocross or Road Course which IMHO is more important then #s and math.
     
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    You can add at least another $1500 for a diff housing with axles if you need one like I do, $500 for rear sway bar, $700 for shocks.

    Here ya go:- The upper links are adjustable for length to help you dial-in pinion angle. From the website.
     
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    It certainly adds up! I think my moser 3rd member was $1600 alone, the housing with bracketry welded on was I think $1200 and the axles where like $550.

    It's like $3500 for a 9", consider just $5-$6k for a rear suspension
     
  9. $ Mike 70 Z-28

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    BMR makes a torque arm suspension


     
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