Chris Forsberg Racing

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We are releasing several parts that have been built and developed on our Nissan 370Z chassis as well as other car builds from over the years.

Electric Knoxville – Chris Forsberg Edition




$100




Chris Forsberg and Electric Visual teamed up to make these custom colored Knoxville sunglasses. Matte black finished frame, orange fire lenses, orange anodized Electric logo hinges, Drift Alliance wreaths lining the inside of the arms, as well as Chris Forsberg’s signature.

Electric Charge XL – Chris Forsberg Edition




$100




Chris Forsberg and Electric Visual teamed up to make these custom colored Charge XL sunglasses. Matte black finished frame, orange fire lenses, orange anodized Electric logo, Drift Alliance wreaths lining the inside of the arms, as well as Chris Forsberg’s signature.

Rear Quarter Panels




Material



Replacement carbon fiber or fiberglass rear quarter panels for the Nissan 370Z. These rear fenders are approximately 10mm wider than stock, taking advantage of the already very wide rear track of the 370Z. No cutting is required but it is recommended to take full advantage of the weight savings. These fenders help you to loose weight as well as provide the ability to have replaceable quarter panels if yours get damaged.

Subframe Bushings




$250 – set of 8 pieces

Rear subframe bushings for the Nissan 370Z made out of 6061 aluminum that replace the factory rubber bushings giving you much more feel from your car. These bushings are made to the factory dimension to ensure that this upgrade requires no cutting of your subframe or chassis.

Offset Steering Bushings




$150 – set of 4 pieces

Offset steering rack bushings for the Nissan 370Z made out of 6061 aluminum that replace the factory rubber bushings to keep the rack in place under heavy cornering and/or high angle drifting. The mounting hole is offset to move the rack as far forward as possible to prevent the tie rod from over-centering at full lock. Light grinding/sanding to the steering rack mounts is required for this to bolt back into the subframe.