Suspension Secrets Adjustable Bump Steer Tie Rod Ends - Porsche 911 (996) GT3/RS
Lowering your 996 is a great way to improve its handling, although lowering it can also create some unwanted geometry changes leading to bump-steer.
Bump-steer is created when the suspension arms of your Porsche are set at a different angle to that of the tie rod ends. This difference in angles means the suspension arms and tie rods operate on different movement arcs, restricting movement and causing the front toe angle to change dynamically when driving over bumps when cornering. This causes vague steering, understeer and impedes driver confidence at the limit.
Completely remove unwanted bump-steer by installing our Suspension Secrets Adjustable Bump Steer Tie Rod Ends for the Porsche 911 (996). Our stainless steel tie rods are fully adjustable, allowing you to set the angle of your tie rods to match the angle of the suspension arms.
The key benefits of our Suspension Secrets Adjustable Bump Steer Tie Rod Ends for the Porsche 911 (996) are:
- Removal of bump-steer
- Fully adjustable
- Increased steering accuracy at the limit
- Improved steering feel
Suspension Secrets' products are designed and manufactured in the UK. Our products are made from billet aircraft-grade 6082 T6 aluminium and corrosion-resistant 316 stainless steel. We use motorsport-spec Fluro bearings for maximum performance and longevity.