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      01-16-2012, 05:55 PM   #5
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Originally Posted by bigjae1976
I have a Dinan Stage II waiting to get installed. The one thing I don't like about the Dinan camber plates is that it seems like a compromise. I could be wrong but I think that -2.5 camber up front is not enough especially considering the weight and the R Comp tires.

Maybe an idea, I am thinking about going with the GC Camber plates instead of dinan. The bad part is the bottom of the mount is not shaved like the Dinan mounts so you lose the extra .3" in travel with the GC plates. I have to call GC sometime to see if shaving the bottom of the mounts is possible.
Would have to agree that the Dinan is a compromise set-up all around. After much track time this year the car definitely needs more camber and that's on street tires, so with R-comps would definitely want a bit more. I went with Dinan specifically as a compromise setup as my wife DD's the car and I do like taking road trips with the family and such. That being said would agree with Paradocs that if I had to do it all over again, wouldn't have gotten EDC and would have gone with a full coilover out of the gate. Happy motoring!
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