The new GKTECH Super Lock combo is designed for those that are looking for a combo as opposed to piecing a kit together one by one. Mix and match from a range of different options to suit your specific setup. (note that the LCA’s and knuckles are required to be purchased in order for this to be a considered a “combo” however every other option is just that, an option)
Super Lock Chromoly LCA’s
The Super Lock LCA’s are available in 2 different lengths and are chassis specific. In most cases the shorter LCA’s will be sufficient and the longer LCA’s will in most cases only be able to be used when running wider front guards. The further the LCA is wound out the less likely there will be any issues with wheel clearance to the chassis rail. Order the type of LCA based on the chassis. Ie. if you have an S13, order S13 LCA’s.
LCA length options:
S13/R32 adjustable from 0.35” (9mm) through to 1.73” (44mm)
S13/R32 adjustable from 1.53” (39mm) through to 2.91”(74mm)
S14/S15/R33/R34 adjustable from OEM length through to 1.37” (35mm)
S14/S15/R33/R34 adjustable from 1.18” (30mm) through to 2.55” (65mm)
Ball joint shank options:
Available to suit either S13 or S14/S15 knuckles and available in OEM length or 0.78” (20mm) extended. The 0.78” (20mm) extended are really only useful on REALLY low cars and may also have clearance issues with some rims when used in conjunction with our drop knuckles. In 99% of cases when using drop knuckles the non extended shanks are perfectly suited. Order the type of ball joint shank based on the knuckle that you are running. If if you’re running S14/S15 knuckles on an S13 you need an S14/S15 ball joint shank.
V3 Super Lock knuckles:
Available to suit either S13 or S14/S15 hubs. Order based on the hubs that you are going to be running and ensure that you order the ball joint shanks to match.
Rack spacers – Offset or non offset?
If you are looking for more steering lock then rack spacers are required. Offset rack spacers are required to help avoid steering bind if you have not relocated your steering rack. If you have relocated your steering rack then then non offset rack spacers are the way to go. If you aren’t looking for more steering lock and you’re using your car for grip racing then rack spacers are not required.
Offset strut tops – Budget or Premium?
Offset strut tops are beneficial when you run out of positive camber adjustment and/or you want to introduce some caster at the top of the strut (helps with avoiding steering bind). The budget strut top will require cutting of the OEM strut tower where as cutting isn’t required with the premium option. NOTE: Will only suit coilovers with upper camber adjustment and with 2.36” spacing from bolt to bolt.
Inner Tie rods
Depending on whether you run rack spacers or not and also the length that you set the LCA at you will need different length inner tie rods. We have made a 14mm tie inner tie rod that had enough adjustment to suit any configuration with our LCA’s/knuckles. Note that these will only work with 14mm tie rod ends.
High misalignment outer tie rod ends – 12mm or 14mm?
Although not absolutely required running our high misalignment spherical outer tie rod ends will assist in the feel of your steering and they do have bump steer adjustment. Available in both 12mm and 14mm although 14mm are recommended for drifting however note that you will need to be running the corresponding inner tie rod size.
High Clearance Swaybar
Designed to clear 70 degrees of steering lock and will work with any LS, JZ or RB engine swap. If you want to run a swaybar and you want lots of steering lock clearance, this is the one for you. Order the D bushes and levers based on your chassis. Ie. if you have an S13 order S13 D bushes and S13 levers.
– D bushes