Originally Posted by Elementary
So....With the GC camber plates your car will be roughly .3" higher than the current ride height suspension travel remains the same.
The original poster is a nice guy, but he made a critical error in his comparison. He forgot to include and measure the bottom part of the stock mount, yet it IS
included and measured on the GC camber /caster assembly.
This makes any comparisons reach a false conclusion.
Here is an illustration of what I am referring to, along with a picture of a special GC assembly of increased travel. You do have to be careful, and the 11mm is about the limit for the EDC motor vs. negative camber vs. stress bar bracket.