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      06-02-2009, 07:45 PM   #95
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The do add a small amount, but not overly significant. The problem is all the companies making coilovers are starting to use proper (from a performance/racing point of view) spring diameters, so there is no longer really a market for a camber plate (typically sold with coilovers) that has a street spring perch. That is a little big of a clunky solution compared to a 2.5" spring solution.

Like I said, I can probably do soft mount plates that will include a set of spring rubbers to kill any low-level NVH issues.