Originally Posted by iantrusive
Hey all, ordered my SR lowering springs and panhard bar, can't wait to drop this baby! Quick question though, I've been reading a few mixed posts about people who used Caster Camber Plates and people who did not. My question is, are they absolutely necessary? Some people seemed to have lowered the car without using them and have had no issues, while others said they had to buy them. I rather not drop $300 if I don't have to. Anyone have experience leaving them off after lowering the car? Did you need to buy them down the road? Have there been 0 issues and still going strong? Any help is appreciated.
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I got them when I lowered my car out of pure preference. To have more adjustability room, along with get rid of the crappy stock strut mounts.
Do you "need" them? Absolutely not. I would highly recommend at least eibach camber bolts to help get things back in line, but the plates themselves really just depend on your plans.
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2011 V6 Race Red - Airaid CAI , BBK 73mm Throttle Body, 3.73 FRPP Gears, BBK Longtube Headers , BBK Off Road X-Pipe , Borla ATAKs , SR Performance Strut Tower Brace, MPT 91R Tune, Powerstop Rotors and pads, JLT Oil Seperator, Koni STR.T Struts & Shocks, Eibach Pro Line Springs, BMR Adjustable Panhard Bar, J&M Caster Camber Plates, Mickey Thompson Street Comps on 19" Laguna Seca Hyper Black Wheels, Several other aesthetic mods