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Thread: Feeler Top mount camber plate design (GC style)

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2009-06-21 10:19:52
I am in if it will work w/ a gc/agx combo.
2009-06-21 14:36:39
Here we go

1. Grandmasride
2009-06-21 15:44:12
Originally Posted by blackwater32
Yeah the 3rd link,and upper control arm. Cusco, and JIC make shortened links for more negative camber.

How much negative camber does this give?
2009-06-21 18:47:22
common guys, this is hella cheaper then buying the ground-control camber plates & they give you the extra suspension travel the cusco and teins don't.
2009-06-21 19:19:54
I'm in as well, but with RM/AGX
2009-06-22 05:54:36
Blue, can you give the adjustment on the caster (4.0 - 6.0 max) I am looking for? If so, I am in.

2009-06-22 12:57:03
Originally Posted by xCONWRATHx
I'm in as well, but with RM/AGX

This is not something that can be done. If you would like a top style camber/caster plate you will have to run coilovers. The amount of room in the strut tower that high up does not allow the spring to move. It would require preloading the spring about 3 inches and that is a definite no go.

Top style = coilover only
Bottom sytle = coilover / traditional spring
2009-06-22 12:58:25
Originally Posted by SkyShepherd
Blue, can you give the adjustment on the caster (4.0 - 6.0 max) I am looking for? If so, I am in.


DArin I am not sure on exact numbers but what is the distance off center you are looking to move and Ill let you know if it is possible, even if I cant make it.
We are using the smallest spherical bearing thus allowing the most amount of travel without modifying the car.
2009-06-22 20:30:41
Is this a groupbuy or can I order direct from your website?
2009-06-22 20:35:45
Direct at overkillengineeringmotorsports.com

If you dont see your strut type we will need to get some measurements
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