49A Speers Rd., Winnipeg, MB. Canada R2J1M2 204-235-1123
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Nissan and Infinity
We have been working on Nissan products for over 25 years. We have the knowledge and experience to properly service and repair your Nissan vehicle. Engine work, brakes, suspension, performance modifications, steering and electronics.
Have a Japanese home market car? No problem at Jackson AutoSport.
We have experience working on Silvia, Fairlady, Gloria and Pulsar GTiR .
Our newest product:
The Missing Link for Nissan Pathfinder (1996 -2004) and
Infiniti QX4 (1997-2003)
Jackson AutoSport has designed and manufactured a simple and very effective stress bar to greatly improve the torsional stiffness of the R50 chassis. The bar is easy to install and makes a difference you can feel immediately. Best of all we have made the bar using quality materials and at an extremely low price.
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* Eliminates cowl shake
* Improved steering response.
* Reduced body squeaks and rattles over bumps.
* A must for owners using oversized tires.
* Fully boxed structural steel tube.
* Laser cut mounting tabs
* 100% TIG welded on a precision fixture.
* Guaranteed for as long as you own your truck.
* Made in Canada
The added stiffness and improved rigidity were noticeable immediately. Going over bumpy roads, the truck felt stiffer and more controlled. On my commute to work, I spend about 15 minutes on a pretty nasty stretch of neglected highway, rife with potholes, bumps and warped surface. I was sold the minute I drove my rig on it for the first time after installing this. Needless to say, it's been the best $40 I've spent on my R50.
Definitely a difference. Steering feels less mushy, improved rigidity, especially on crappy roads. The truck just feels better. Nissan should have run a bar like this from the factory.
OK it's on!! and wow. Big difference in torsion and stiffness. You can feel the tightness when making turns and driving over speed bumps. What a ride. For $40 bucks, it's an upgrade you can really feel. I totally recommend this upgrade for the price.
Installed mine Friday, took all of 10 minutes at my local tire shop. They were replacing a stud so it cost $20.00, beat laying under there with a breaker bar. Pathfinder feels more "solid", hard to describe but I like it.
Installed mine today, did not notice any difference on my local roads, but on the highway where it gets pretty choppy I was not getting as much side to side motion or shuddering, so for me it was well worth the money...
The bar is awesome, the truck tries even harder now to sit flat in turns, well worth the cash! Turn in is much sharper...
Threw mine on today
and WHAT A DIFFERENCE!!!! ..... and that's just in a 5km test
Right off the hop it took the judder out of the front on braking, chassis flex and stiffer suspension did weird things to the front), the front end is much more planted and precise on turn-in, steering feels lighter, and now the 'Q has become a point and squirt Rhinoceros.... hehehe.
I just installed my missing link today and oh how amazing!!! the bolts were a pain but thats what happens when my rig is almost 10 years old. there was a great difference in just turning off the road to my house. Gonna put it through the real test tomorrow on a patch of road thats terrible. Took a while to get to indiana but i know how shipping country to country goes. I recommend this part to every R50 owner, and for only $40USD, its well worth the wait!
Finally got mine installed.....,WHAT A DIFFERENCE! Thanks John
Been a few months now, thanks John for a very affordable and easy to install upgrade.
Love my missing link. Really notice it when you have to swerve around some cell phone typing negligent driver. Good work Jackson AutoSport!
Our current Nissan project:
240SX turbo KA24
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