Eibach releases ‘Toyoburu’ suspension enhancements
Leading suspension firm Eibach has released a range of suspension enhancements for global models of the rear wheel drive BRZ/GT86 sports coupe developed jointly by Toyota and Subaru, and known as the “Toyoburu”. The company aims to be at the forefront of the modifications aftermarket for the car, which has gained traction within this segment. The latest designs to come from the German company are an adjustable rear toe arm, bespoke rear control arm and camber bolts.
The adjustable rear toe arm allows the maximum toe change required after camber changes. When the car is lowered or the camber geometry is changed, the factory toe arm quickly runs out of adjustment. The Eibach toe arm incorporates an integrated OE style ball joint and is easily adjusted for positive or negative toe to allow tuners to achieve the perfect setting.
The adjustable rear control arm and offset toe bushing kit for the BRZ/GT86 utilises Eibach’s patent-pending cam nut design to set and lock-in rear camber adjustment. The camber arm can be adjusted to provide up to +/-3° of movement. The integral offset toe bushing also provides a fixed 1.5° of offset, allowing tuners to get back to spec for changes of up to +/-2° when used in combination with the OEM factory slot.
The final solution is a set of front camber bolts offering ±1.75° of camber adjustment on the front hubs. Each of the three products can be used in isolation, but are designed to work as a set, offering adjustment and precision outside OEM parameters to tune the car for track use.