Stay away from adjustable control arms, especially if you plan on running anything wider than a 7" wheel with sticky rubber.
The problem is when you add camber this way you lose clearance at the inside and top of your wheels.
Get yourself some good camber plates, KMAC is based in Australia I believe, those are a MUCH better solution because you change the angle of the entire strut assembly.
Also, as was somewhat mentioned above your sway bars are probably way too thick for the spring rates of those SPAX components. Does the car have a propensity to understeer or oversteer currently? Will it rotate quickly? Is it unstable at high speed? What kind of surface conditions do you normally see?
Just throwing big bars at the car won't make it handle well, especially with soft springs.
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