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Old 03-10-2014, 09:17 AM   #1
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Ordered some suspension mods the other day. They'll be here Tuesday. Can't wait to install it all.
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Please do post when done. My next mod is suspension and I am looking at doing all of what you have done minus the struts but getting the Eibach Pro Plus. DEFINITELY interested in seeing what you think of the SR parts.
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It's just been lowered 1.5" and camber bolts. In going to cut my springs and lower it a bit. I'll definitely post pics afterwards.
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Please do post when done. My next mod is suspension and I am looking at doing all of what you have done minus the struts but getting the Eibach Pro Plus. DEFINITELY interested in seeing what you think of the SR parts.
My springs from SR have been nothing shy of great.
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Mine seemed like they came back up after they settled in. That's why I'm cutting them.
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Old 03-10-2014, 02:26 PM   #6
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What camber plates would you recommend getting for lowering I have the eibach 1.5 lowering springs just waiting for the new shocks and struts then the camber plates
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I believe if you get camber bolts it'll be just fine. That's what the alignment guy told me while aligning my car.
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Hello guys,quick question : I have the SR lowering springs which drop all corners 1.5 inches,are camber plates ABSOLUTELY necessary when you lower your car like I have? I am asking because I have asked a lot of people and done research and I have received a lot of mixed opinions! I just wanted to see what you guys on the forums think! Thank you...
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Camber bolts, shocks and struts. You'll be set.
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Old 04-04-2014, 11:37 AM   #10
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Camber plates are absolutely necessary if you want to be able to control your camber or prevent camber wear on your tires

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Nothing beats camber plates. Launch too hard with the bolts and you might break them. Break them and you are in some deep ****.
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I'm thinking no 4.0 v6 is gona break clean through a camber bolt. Just saying
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I'm thinking no 4.0 v6 is gona break clean through a camber bolt. Just saying

Not stock and on street tires. But upgraded to an LSD and some slicks or DRs it's possible.
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