SN95 Watts Link Pre Orders are Now Open! SPECIAL PRICING

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We're excited to announce that after months of designing and testing, we are opening up pre-orders for our SN95 Watts Link!http://www.fullytorquedracing.com/sn95-watts-link-preorder.html

Special pre-order pricing is $799.99 ($100 off list)

Here's the info pulled from our website:

Our brand new watts link has been engineered to outperform every current watts link and panhard bar on the market.

Benefits of the FTR watts link:
Centers the axle consistently with no lateral deviation (unlike a panhard bar)
Roll center is kept constant throughout articulation
Allows for the lowest roll center available on the market - 7.5" (with 17" wheels on 315/35/17 tires)
Laser cut & TIG welded chassis brackets

Available in street, performance, and race configurations:
Street: Polyurethane center bushing and PTFE rod ends to combat vibration and noise
Performance: Delrin bushings and PTFE rod ends for stiffer movement
Race: Self-lubricating bronze bushings and bronze rod ends for ideal stiffness.

We have also verified our Watts Link's compatibility with the following parts:
Maximum Motorsports Rear Adjustable Sway Bar
Maximum Motorsports Torque Arm
 

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Pics!

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2014 season prototype on BTM Autosport / [MENTION=10532]MadStang[/MENTION]'s car:

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Also, here's a video by [MENTION=10532]MadStang[/MENTION] demonstrating the Watts Link on the track. Although we have had no failures, the propellor and brackets have since been redesigned for even greater strength and durability.

[video=youtube;-heyG9e4OaY]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-heyG9e4OaY[/video]
 

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Looks good, Pete. And that's a good price. Thanks for continuing to come out with functional and innovative products for the SN.
 

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Will you have a S197 version? Just curious.
 

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Looks good, Pete. And that's a good price. Thanks for continuing to come out with functional and innovative products for the SN.

Thanks David!

Will you have a S197 version? Just curious.

Yessir. The diff cover / bell crank assembly will fit (so the hard part is done), we just need a test mule for the brackets.
 

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Lol. I'll have my 05 out on a TT session in July. Be happy to test it out if you don't have a local.
 

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Lol. I'll have my 05 out on a TT session in July. Be happy to test it out if you don't have a local.

Haha. I think we'll be in touch, I'm trying to get a hold of an s197 for a few hours to grab dimensions off the car. Then I'll have a cad model of the brackets and its just a matter of having them prototyped and welded up. If you would be down to test it, I'll let you know when I have something put together.
 

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