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Old 03-21-2018, 12:55 PM   #7
BrantyB
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Modifying the top mount isn't in the cards - that would put the car in a highly modified class. GT3 control arms are allowed, with rubber bushings not heim joints.

Getting more camber seems like the best compromise to meet class requirements for 2 different racing groups that each have their own classification system. Its a compromise. And it helps set limits for me to not go overboard modifying a car that my wife drives to work periodically.
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