Originally Posted by manonfire
All stock suspension is capable of 1.9+ so if you aren't tracking the car is there really a need for camber plates. On the other hand, if you want the flexibility of adjustments "on the fly" beyond 2.0 then plates are the way to go. TC Kline makes a set and so do some other race proven companies. Not putting down any companies, just mentioning options. On the track I run 2.0. On an autocross circuit I run 2.4 or so. Just my two cents.
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I don't think TC Kline makes camber plates that'll work with the E92 M3 stock suspension.