PASMAG Unboxing: SPC 370Z, G35 & G37 Control Arms

Whether you're trying to dial-in your fitment for that perfect show-worthy look or you're looking to get more performance out of your suspension on the track, you're going to need control arms at some point along the line. This week's Hot New Product: Unboxing comes courtesy of SPC, also known as Specialty Products Company and they make some world-class suspension components for the Nissan 370Z and Infiniti G35 and G37.

Be sure to check out https://spcperformance.com for more info.

(As seen in PASMAG Tuning 365 TV on REV TV)

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