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      07-05-2008, 04:11 PM   #1
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Which camber plates will fit KW v2...

I am looking for camber plates that will fit with the KW v2 for my e92...

Does anybody know if the TCKLINE ones will work with the stock kw v2 springs?

I hope im not stuck with the kw v2 and no camber plates for track

I know KMAC has them but I prefer not to run them as I see nothing but
bad reviews on them on other e36 e46 forums...
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TC Kline will work fine
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Will it fit the KW v3?
Will it fit on the E92? On their site, they only list the E90.
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TC Kline will work fine
Nope. Recheck that Sam. TCK's plates only accept 60mm springs at the top. Or they will fit KW if you sell the customer 60mm replacement springs for the kit.
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Did they not design the spring around the factory set up?

If it fits the V2 then it fits the V1 & V3
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No. The camber plates won't fit any KW with stock shaped springs, V1,2,or 3. The TCK camber plate only accepts a 60mm ID race spring that will never fit into the stock upper spring perch. You may be able to put a 60mm top hat on the 60mm TCK Vogtland spring, eliminate the stock upper perch, and run directly under the stock bearing though. And you could upgrade to KW 60mm (if they use mm, or 2.25/2.5") race springs as well if this works.
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does turner motorsport offer plates??
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Vorshlag. Great people and a great product. They have spring perches for 60mm, 2.25" and 2.5" springs: http://www.vorshlag.com/product_info...roducts_id=199.
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Vorshlag. Great people and a great product. They have spring perches for 60mm, 2.25" and 2.5" springs: http://www.vorshlag.com/product_info...roducts_id=199.
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You can buy all the parts from KW to do this upgrade. I did the calculation so time ago and this will give the same ride height range as you have now (they also can be adjust to stock ride height if you want). The spring rate is about 7-10 N/mm stiffer on average than the spring supplied (KW 2011). I know the spring rate as I have the spring graph and target data to calculate this. target spring length is 255 mm and we achieve 254 mm.


You need the following:

• KW 50 N/mm x 170 mm main springs (286 lb/in)
• KW 20 N/mm x 80 mm tender springs (114 lb/in)
• Intermitted rings (joins the main and tender springs)
• KW e90/e92 camber plates.

The camber plates can do camber and caster at the same time. There are best quality and design I have seen to date. I be posting a v3 upgrade soon that has a lot of spring options.

The cost is sub between 600.00 to 700.00 USD for the upgrade. PM for part numbers as I don’t have them handy.

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