|07-04-2010 10:03 AM|
|Juantron||I saw a set of those for sale used over on the other forum for like $260 or something...but they looked pretty used.|
|07-02-2010 01:24 PM|
LCR has been in the process of manufacturing new/revised plates, but nothing is out yet.
You might bug him in his forums to speed things along:
Woops...He doesn't have his own area anymore.
At any rate, until Leo gets the new plates, there are the K-Macs:
^^^Nice feature is you can adjust caster/camber independently.
I would not waste my money on the generic rebadged SPC plates.
|07-02-2010 11:25 AM|
|07-02-2010 10:15 AM|
|07-02-2010 10:09 AM|
So I am guessing the LCR Camber Plates are discontinued?
What other Camber Plates should I look for then?
|07-01-2010 03:43 PM|
|GodLovesUgly||it would be wonderful if i could even get my hands on some of the LCRs tho..|
|07-01-2010 03:05 PM|
Even cars that are dropped 2+ inches won't have the camber you can get with plates.
I run -2° every day with the LCR plates.
Another benefit of the plates is getting both sides equal.
Most cars stock are lucky to have less than 0.25° variance between sides.
|07-01-2010 02:59 PM|
|Juantron||I had no idea camber plates were such an important part for the Focus...I guess that will go along with the rest of my chassis stiffening project thats coming up.|
|07-01-2010 02:56 PM|
|07-01-2010 01:45 PM|
|wrc_fan||I'll drive with my camber plates in +/- 2.5 degrees with no issue of premature wear on the streets. If you adjust the camber, you will impact the toe setting. I think thats a bigger factor in tire wear.|
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