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Old 07-01-2012, 01:45 PM   #1
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Adjustable rear control arms on e46

Is it possible to get adjustable rear control arms on a e46 with stock suspension? How much more camber can i get with these?
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Old 07-01-2012, 01:56 PM   #2
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Yes.

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how much of a difference will they make since i dont have coilovers? is that all i need to get more camber in the back? (sorry im new)
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They will allow you to have more camber, thats the only difference.

To get more camber, yes, you'd only need aftermarket camber arms
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Ill be frank/actually help b/c I'm bored. Your asking for advice with a questions that doesn't make sense. I barely understand wtf your talking about. Your asking how much better "it" will be with adjustable control arms.... If you want a car to understeer less youll be doing yourself a disservice by installing them if you run more camber, which you didn't even clearly state. If you want ppl to help you ask them in a way they can understand. This isnt a fvcking conversation its a forum. Be clear. /rant
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