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Old 09-05-2007, 09:57 PM   #1
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Who here has LCR camber plates?

Thinking of dropping the $ on these - anyone here have the street or race versions? Likes/dislikes? Can you knock the struts between max negative camber and closest to 0deg on your own easily?


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Old 09-05-2007, 10:10 PM   #2
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I have a set of race plates, quality piece. It takes only a few seconds to move struts from 0 to neg.
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I have a set of race plates, quality piece. It takes only a few seconds to move struts from 0 to neg.
Do they do OK for daily driving? Not too much road vibration? Thanks!
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never needed them. i've run eibach pros 1.5"and h&r race springs2.25". the frontend would always align without a problem.
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never needed them. i've run eibach pros 1.5"and h&r race springs2.25". the frontend would always align without a problem.
Thanks - actually looking to get a setup I can switch between max neg camber and as close to 0deg as possible for AX/track and street use.
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I've never run them on the street, some say the race plates make some noise compared to the Street models.
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