Hyundai's Hot Hatch Just Got Hotter


Hyundai has made a big impact in the hot hatch scene with the release of their hardcore N range of vehicles. With a robust chassis and strong a powertrain, Hyundai have developed the perfect platform for the modifier community. Ever since the hot hatch Hyundai hit the road, WHITELINE has been tweaking and developing new products to take this little pocket rocket to the next level. This year WHITELINE has launched three, key new products to assist with power delivery and handling.

KCA485 Front Roll Center - Correction Kit
(available late November 2020)
A must for lowered Ns, WHITELINE roll center and bump steer correction kit, is designed to correct roll-center geometry using specially engineered ball-joints. Raising the front roll-center results in a substantial increase to front roll resistance and a significant reduction in suspension compression on the outside front tyre during cornering. The result is more even weight distribution and improved tyre contact ultimately improving front end grip, cornering speeds and tyre life when driving the vehicle to it’s potential.
WHITELINE offset strut tops allow for extra negative camber and positive caster to improve steering response, steering feel and reduced movement to ensure wheel alignment stability through a high quality spherical bearing. Perfect for the high performance street or track day usage, providing improved tyre life and extra grip during high speed / high load cornering.
WHITELINE’s Billet aluminium torque arm assists in controlling the engine and drivetrain forward and twisting motion. WHITELINE's Billet aluminium torque arm is built to handle the demands of high torque and power of the Hyundai's 2 litre turbocharged engine (and 1.6 litre turbocharged engine) by limiting the amount of movement the engine and drivetrain will place upon the pitch stop. Utilising low compliance bushing technology this eliminates the slop, twisting and shudder found in the OEM rubber bushings allowing for a faster, positive, responsive feel of power delivery on and off the throttle.