Originally Posted by sleepless
IMO, GC has some serious quality control issues with these plates. As others have pointed out, the bolts are not welded straight, so, depending on how crooked they are, is likely a contributor to them failing. I'm guessing that if the plates hold up to a good hard flogging at the track, they'll not have issues. Mine broke during the first session
Can't believe I'm reading this. I had the pre updated plates initially installed and the bolt broke on the way home from the install. Had the updated plates installed last week (after paying to have the stock ones re-installed for a planned track day). So, paid 3 install fees and alignment fee during the first install which is no longer accurate after the 2 subsequent camber plate swaps.
I'm afraid of touching them to use the "adjustability" feature now. Let us know what GC says.