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post #1 of 17 (permalink) Old 06-25-2012, 10:51 PM Thread Starter
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Camber Kit on Cobalt?

would a camber look stupid on a cobalt? or could a cobalt pull it off? just looking for some feedback and maybe thinking about dumping some money into it if it would look good.

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I was thinking about it also but don't know what camber Kit to get or what degree to make them

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ive never seen a cobalt with camber before to, so it would be something different but im not quite sure how it would look lol
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Definitly not my cup of tea on Cobalts, but yeah, you would be unique.


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doesn't look horrible lol, just not amazing. Do you know about how much it would run to do this?
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I saw a ballin Lexus at the races that had similar camber, that looked kinda cool!


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doesn't look horrible lol, just not amazing. Do you know about how much it would run to do this?
Coilover and camber kit I guess. 1-2k for coilover but I don't know much about camber kit.


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I'm not extremely familiar with this trend...so do you replace the tires every 10k miles or only set it like this when you're parked?

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so you need coilovers + camber kit?
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Yes, both. Apparently its the new cool think and they sit like that always. what a waste of time IMO. I know people that do like 1 or 2 degree camber for better handling during races but for show, what a waste.


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