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Old 01-07-2014, 05:59 PM   #1
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WTB, track goodies

Looking for coil overs, strut brace, sway bars, etc for 00 S.

PM or email me with what you have. mike@lonestarrpm.com

thanks,

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I believe you posted in another thread you were looking for economical track mods. For cheap camber ($0), you can modify your existing stock camber plate and get 1.5 to 1.9 degrees of camber up front with the stock ride height. Lower the car with springs or coil overs, and you can get up to 3+ degrees with this mod.

If you are interested in the hack, press out the studs in the stock upper strut plate, drill the right sized holes about .44" over, and press studs in. Helps if you have a drill press, vice, and a long 13mm socket to press out the studs.

I prefer this mod instead of slotting the camber holes in the sheet metal for cheap camber.

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I believe you posted in another thread you were looking for economical track mods. For cheap camber ($0), you can modify your existing stock camber plate and get 1.5 to 1.9 degrees of camber up front with the stock ride height. Lower the car with springs or coil overs, and you can get up to 3+ degrees with this mod.

If you are interested in the hack, press out the studs in the stock upper strut plate, drill the right sized holes about .44" over, and press studs in. Helps if you have a drill press, vice, and a long 13mm socket to press out the studs.

I prefer this mod instead of slotting the camber holes in the sheet metal for cheap camber.

Pierre
Got pictures or a link to this hack?

thx.

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