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      10-29-2011, 06:35 PM   #1
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Camber plates or not??

Getting AST coils and considering the vorschlag camber plates. Are they worth it?? Will it make a big difference?? What can be done about the rear camber??
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I got them and I think they are worth it. You will love the ASTs .
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Nice. What can be done about the rear camber?? Or it doesn't need adjusting...
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From what I hear the Rear camber has enough adjustment on our cars... I have an e92 with some FK Silverline X for reference.
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Getting AST coils and considering the vorschlag camber plates. Are they worth it?? Will it make a big difference?? What can be done about the rear camber??
No, probably not worth it for a street car. However, if you the car sees track duty, you will need all the camber you can get and the only way to get that is through camber plates.

Rear camber adjustable through the oem eccentric bolts.
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Yes I will be tracking car so I will get the camber plates. I'm thinking of getting the 392/784 swift spring rate. What u guys think about this setup?? To harsh for street??
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