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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 04-23-2010, 12:25 PM Thread Starter
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Camber Kits....?

would i need a camber kit if i went with sportline lowering springs??

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how is the costumer service and shippin for "over the top performance" website?

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Customer service and shipping are excellent. One of the few vendors i deal with.

If you want to align to factory specs, no, a camber kit is not needed.

If you want to start dialing in certain settings, you may need it. Just depends on what your car is capable of in factory trim.


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05 Base Model 5 Speed Coupe 2.2L.SUPERCHARGED M62. K&N lsj CAI. TSUDO cb CA 3 in catted downpipe. Bad-Mab Shorty header. ottp stage 1 h/e 55watt 12000K HID's.Sportline lowering springs. Pioneer Deck /w Boston Speakers/ polk dxi sub. Shorty Antenna.
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i've got a 2010 ls and prokit springs are my first major mod, will i need a camber kit?
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if the springs suck and sag you will need eccentric bolts for the front. the rear doesn't budge. if your alignment is off other than toe from lowering springs you probably have structural damage

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i ordered my springs from them and they shipped quickkk
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