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PITT M3 RR 01-14-2013 08:04 AM

Will I need adjustable camber arms?
 
I have PSS10s on the way, I don't plan on slamming the car by anymeans. I bought them to tighten up the car a bit and because the stock suspension has 109K. I drive the car on the street 90% of the time.

I dont want to kill my tires with an un-needed aggressive setup only to be used on the street. So will I need camber arms if I come down maybe an inch front and rear or will stock adjustability not be enough?

Thanks

S54Dan 01-14-2013 08:40 AM

I don't think so. I use AST4100 and it's lower than 1 inch from stock. Any good alignment shop should be able to align it correctly for street use.

illestminimike 01-15-2013 01:31 AM

Stock should be enough. But some camber arms would still be nice.

PITT M3 RR 01-15-2013 11:13 AM

Thanks for the info guys, I guess I'll hold off if it isnt a needed expense right now. I just didnt want to murder my tires, I dont need -3 on the street or stupid amounts of toe.

api 01-17-2013 04:23 PM

No, you will not need the adj rear camber arms. I ran the OEM arms when I put my PSS9s on the car and did not have any issues at all.

I will say that when I installed the TMS Rod-End Rear Camber Arms on my car that I noticed the rear end gave more feedback and had less play but that is to be expected when going from a gel filled bushing to a pivot bearing. I love the things but they are not needed for the street.

PS: the driver's side bolt by the diff is a pain to install but worth it.

PITT M3 RR 01-17-2013 04:27 PM

Great info guys thanks!

Ill just reinforce the stock arms like i did on my E36 M.

Way to save me 300!


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