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Spesh

Xsara VTR rear arms (not VTS)

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Spesh

Would anyone know if the VTR rear arms are the same as the base model or VTS?  Theres only 0.5mm of toe difference between the two it seems but I'd like to know as I've got a set of arms here and am debating fitting them for the extra camber.

 

This is the best info that I've found (from sandy) 

 

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welshpug
15 minutes ago, Spesh said:

Would anyone know if the VTR rear arms are the same as the base model or VTS? 

 

15 minutes ago, Spesh said:

Theres 0.5mm of toe difference between the two

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welshpug

your post confuses me, you ask if they are the same yet state they are not the same :unsure:

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Spesh

My function in life appears to confuse people :)

 

is the VTR arm the same as VTS or Base is the question, sorry ;) 

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welshpug

if there's a difference in the toe angle, no.

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Spesh

Erm, I have no way to measure the toe on loose arms etc hence the question.  

 

Which is are vtr arms base model or vts equivalent.  If it helps the reg of the car they came off was cn51zry

 

 

 

 

 

 

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petert

306 and Xsara arms kill the feel of a GTi in my opinion, due to significantly more toe-in. Don't get sucked in by the neg camber. Stick with the oem geometry. Or, if you really want it to steer, get Allan (Bridgecraft) to re-machine any arms to zero toe and some neg camber, to match whatever camber you run on the front. A racecar would have +2mm toe out, but that's a handful under brakes.

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