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Suspension and Braking
Springs, shocks, struts, coilovers, camber plates, sway bars, strut bars, suspension bushings, control arms, brake pads, big brake kits, etc.

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Old 01-18-2014, 05:19 PM   #1
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FS: Lightly used E46 M3 Ground Control race camber plates

Selling a lightly used set of GC race camber plates. Had on my M3 for 15k miles and removed.

From Ground Control's website...

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Ground Control Racing Camber / Caster Plates More camber adjustment than stock, caster adjustment, aircraft bearings, engraved with calibrated degrees, with stainless steel reinforcement. Every component is anodized or plated, including fasteners. Adds extra travel to avoid excessive bottoming out, this is a very well engineered product. The stainless steel reinforcement prevents electrolysis between the steel fender and the aluminum camber plate.

Camber and caster are separately adjustable by sliding the mounts, without removing any components from the car. The priority of this design is to allow fast, repeatable alignment changes at the track.

The Ground Control camber plates feature two sets of bearings, a proprietary bearing, made to our specs by Aurora in the USA, which allows for articulation of the shock shaft. This spherical bearing is very under-stressed, as the Ground Control design does NOT support the weight of the car on the spherical bearing. Instead, the weight of the car is supported by a completely separate articulating needle bearing, which is also manufactured for Ground Control in the USA. Will not fit stock springs. For Street version use CPE46M3
Allows for 27mm of camber adjustment and 27.5mm caster adjustment.

All Ground Control products carry a lifetime guarantee against defects when installed and maintained correctly. We strongly recommend that all of our products be installed by a competent, qualified mechanic.
I had them on my set of TC Kline S/A coilovers. Shocks were Koni. Retails for $414-$424 shipped from Ground Control.

Asking $320 shipped anywhere continental US only.

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Old 02-15-2014, 06:10 PM   #2
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