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      02-09-2012, 01:59 PM   #25
JM3
 
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Originally Posted by Elementary View Post

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.


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