Driving on a bumpy road can sometime give you a headache. Especially when your car equipped with a stiffer front shock and RCA’s, plus a custom lowering coil spring (in this case 1977 Mazda 323), it’s one hell of a ride.
Owh, wait a minute! What is RCA? Lot of people a bit confused when it comes to RCA. Actually, “RCA” is a term commonly used by drifter when it comes to a super angle cornering. One guy named toycoolgarage did mentioned that “RCA-Roll Center Adjuster. NRCA- Negative Roll Center Adjuster. Its commonly used on RWD Toyota’s.” You can get a pair of RCA’s for your Toyota AE/KP/KE/TE with a price tag starting from RM380 from Drift House online store.
This time around, we received a friendly visit from one of our member, Roskam with his Red Mazda drive into the car porch. The problem quiet many to be name actually. For this thread, he’s doing some minor modification onto his love, Cik Maz. Apart from that, some short circuit happen to Cik Maz lately and he came across it during driving on a bumpy road and all of sudden the hood was touching with battery.
After done checking the wiring system for the main headlamp of his Mazda 323 a.k.a Cik Maz, we move on to installing the oil cooler taken out from Mazda FC or Mazda RX-7 to give it some Bosozoku looks & feel.