02-02-2006, 11:33 PM
like the title says " " or you can just simply answer this question; will dbl diamond subframes work with a tunnel mounted torque arm or is that the area where the subs connect to?
02-03-2006, 08:18 AM
That depends on the torque arm. The Unbalanced Engineering Decoupled Torque Arm (UETA) is designed to coexist with diamond-style subframes. It actually comes with spacers to use if you don't have diamond subframes. I'm in the middle of retrofitting the subframes now with the UETA (it would have been much easier to install the SFC FIRST ;)).
Other torque arm designs will probably work too, though it may reduce the ground clearance slightly.
But yes, most tunnel mounted arms probably use the same mounting location as the diamond-style subframes. You'll have to stack them. Some arms do mount to the floor too (UETA, mounts to tunnel brace mounts and floor), or instead.