Need toe arm suggestions

veer90

Lieutenant
Nov 16, 2016
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West Nyack, NY
Can anyone suggest me some toe arms for a high hp N54? I daily it at 650+ wtq and it makes 755 wtq on kill.

I been through 2 sets of rogue engineering toe arms with the spherical end bearings and grease fittings. This new set of bearings already have play in them after a few thousand miles and I make sure to grease them every few weeks.

Should I install a toe arm w rubber end bushings like Manzo?

In the rear I have m3 control arms, ECS billet trailing arm, and RE toe arms. If rubber is fine for the power I'll use it, tired of developing play and having to replace arms then needing alignment.
 
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SJ_1989

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Aug 7, 2018
191
Illinoisssss
I've heard good things about SPL but I haven't used them so can't really comment other than this is what I'll be using in the future.
 

ShocknAwe

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Jan 24, 2018
637
SC
Honestly, I think a high quality rubber sealed bearing (not spherical) is your best bet. I've been through 2 sets of spherical toes and switched, won't be putting any more sphericals on the car.
 

bantam

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Nov 20, 2017
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Supposedly Barry @3dm was working on something for this, but he has since turned into a ghost. Anyone heard from him on his ball joint toe arms?
 

gmagnus7

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Dec 3, 2018
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or just put poly bushings in the toe arm if you dont want spherical or sealed rubber
 

houtan

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Nov 2, 2017
124
I have been using the bimmerworld toe arms for about 4yrs. They are still dead silent and use durable hardware from aurora.
 
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cnc machined from aircraft aluminum. ready for long time and everyday usage, silent bearings, (similar to oem bearings), which you can change per 20-30$ per piece.
we've made them with corrected custom length for our track prepared lowered e82 cars (non M suspension setup), to go with 2-2.5 degrees negative camber.
we can made any length, so for 1m/m3 suspension also.
 
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ShocknAwe

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and anodized in blac

cnc machined from aircraft aluminum. ready for long time and everyday usage, silent bearings, (similar to oem bearings), which you can change per 20-30$ per piece.
we've made them with corrected custom length for our track prepared lowered e82 cars (non M suspension setup), to go with 2-2.5 degrees negative camber.
we can made any length, so for 1m/m3 suspension also.
Very similar to what I have for toe arms, can definitely say this is the way to go.
 
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