Suspension & Brake Parts for Porsche 356
We have a great selection of suspension and brake parts for a Porsche 356. With over 48 years of fixing, equipping and racing Porsche 356’s, we know what works.
PRO YR2 System Front: $215.00 per pair
PRO YR2 System Rear: $215.00 per pair
Brake Fluid ATE
1 liter: $20.00
Full Weight-Jacking, De-cambering and Alignment Service
On disc-braked cars, if you use the stock Porsche 5 ½” wheels, the inside of the wheel will rub on the bump stop ”hat” on the chassis. You will have to add wheel spacers and consequently, longer wheel studs, or remove some metal from the bump stop.
There has been a myth built up over the S-90 camber compensator since 1960. By itself, it does nothing to improve the handling! The factory put it on when they installed softer rear torsion bars, so the back of the car could still have the same load-carrying capabilities. The softer bar made the rear of the car roll more, so the front end would take more of the cornering loads. This increased understeer, only making it seem like the car had decreased oversteer. The factory compensator is incapable of preventing the rear wheels from “jacking up” during hard cornering, which is the biggest detriment to a swing axle’s cornering abilities. The S-90 compensator, when pre-loaded, actually pulls the rear wheels toward positive camber. The 356 Enterprises “Camber Regulator” will improve the handling because it works like a Z-bar and will decrease rear wheel jacking. It is an easy bolt-on installation, with adjustable links to ensure proper pre-loading. It also functions perfectly well as a load-carrying spring. Heavy-duty version recommended for Vintage racing, Autocrossing, and speed events. Complete assembly, including hardware, fits 1956-65, tunnel case transmissions only.