New HardRace Front Lower Camber Adjusters

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    Thanks, that's good to know. I guess I'll be picking up a set for myself.
     
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    Is anyone running the Hardrace front lower camber adjust on stock suspension??
     
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    #34 potmilkz, May 5, 2019
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    keep in mind guys.. i have the amr caster plates.. you can only go max 2.2 before the spring perch hits the frame.. just fyi,
     
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    How do you like them though? do you feel a difference ? what kind of springs are you running?


    I just ordered a set mostly for track and i currently run swift spec R lowering springs.


    Thanks!
     
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    im running swift r as well. good but if you want more out of those plates.. cut the perch about half a inch on the side facing the frame.. i will do that on my next alignment.. you can camber way more after that.. and those stock shocks.. lets be honest.. you arent selling stock suspensions, its for your personal use so cutting it isnt a big problem
     
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    I just PMed you.
     
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    Hi Guys, Mine is coming this week and Im going to install it on stock suspension with eibach lower spring, I don't have camber plate. let see how it turn out. looking to get -2.5
     
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    the ball joints wont affect ride height like on a dc2 or s2000 due to the type r being a strut front end. on a strut front end the shock is hooked directly to the spindle/hub so changing the ball joint can only affect roll center/camber. A dc2 or s2k are double independent front suspension so the shock mounts to the arm so when changing the height of the balljoint it will affect the ride height because it moves the spindle/hub height etc.
     
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    Did another alignment yesterday
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    here is my setup
    stock shocks with eibach sport line
    installed the hard race front lower camber balljoints/adjuster - set it at medium setting

    can do -3 camber front - most likely can do -3.5 to -4.0 camber front on MAX setting

    before alignment
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    Did mine yet on stock shock with eibach pro kit can go up to -3.7 in the front

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    To those of you guys who installed and got almost 4 degrees camber up front, can you share pics of the car?
     
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    anyone running these ball joint want to sell me the OEM ones?
     
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