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Old 02-09-2005, 03:09 PM   #1
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GC camber plates w/other brand coilover?

Wanted to see if anyone is using GC camber plates with any other brand coilover besides GC? Say Bilstein, H&R, KW, whatever.. i've heard of few people using these plates w/PSS9's and works fine.. obviously the benefit being that they now can dial in camber. Any thoughts?

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I'm using the GC camber plates with a Bilstien pss9 setup... i had to swap the front springs to eibachs in order to make them work.. but it was simple and it also got rid of the progressive rate springs that billstien uses..

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Old 02-11-2005, 05:28 PM   #3
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I'm using the GC camber plates with a Bilstien pss9 setup... i had to swap the front springs to eibachs in order to make them work.. but it was simple and it also got rid of the progressive rate springs that billstien uses..

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what do you mean by progressive rate springs? sorry if sounds like a stupid question. im suing a set of pss9's this year for the track, and ive been wondering if i might have been better off getting tcklines or something of the sort
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well from what i had read about the pss9's the springs are progressive rate meaning that initial compression is softer then it gets stiffer.. to make it more street friendly..

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