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Installed my pro kit yesterday.
Quite happy with it. I will say it dropped more than the claimed 1.3" and 1". I personally wouldn't want it any lower. Almost no wheel gap. No regrets going with the pros over the sports.
Handling is great. Comparable to stock. I can feel the firmness on rougher roads and train tracks at highway speeds but not bad.
I won't do spacers with these wheels...this is my winter setup(canada). I have a new set of enkies for summer. 18×8.5 35 offset.
I'm calling tomorrow to book an alignment, I'll post the results. If it's bad, I'll go ahead and order a camber kit.
Excuse the filthy ride, it's cold and roads are dusty from salt. 🙁

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Awesome. Rear camber kit installed or no?
 

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Installed my pro kit yesterday.
Quite happy with it. I will say it dropped more than the claimed 1.3" and 1". I personally wouldn't want it any lower. Almost no wheel gap. No regrets going with the pros over the sports.
Handling is great. Comparable to stock. I can feel the firmness on rougher roads and train tracks at highway speeds but not bad.
I won't do spacers with these wheels...this is my winter setup(canada). I have a new set of enkies for summer. 18×8.5 35 offset.
I'm calling tomorrow to book an alignment, I'll post the results. If it's bad, I'll go ahead and order a camber kit.
Excuse the filthy ride, it's cold and roads are dusty from salt. 🙁

20230115_172636.jpg
Did you get a camber kit
 

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Has anyone found listed spring rates for these? Or what the stock spring rates are?
 
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Here's my alignment after lowering spring install with no camber kit.
Rear right seems to be out of spec by a bit. I'm not concerned with this. There's a couple variables that could be a factor in those results so I'm going to leave it as it. Toe is the biggest thing for tire wear. And my steering wheel is straight and tight like new again. After the install it was turned to the right and a bit loose. So I'm happy with how she is!

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Here's my alignment after lowering spring install with no camber kit.
Rear right seems to be out of spec by a bit. I'm not concerned with this. There's a couple variables that could be a factor in those results so I'm going to leave it as it. Toe is the biggest thing for tire wear. And my steering wheel is straight and tight like new again. After the install it was turned to the right and a bit loose. So I'm happy with how she is!

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Would it be a big difference with a 19x 8.5 with a 30+ offset with a 235/35/ R19 tire
 

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Wheel and tire size have nothing to do with alignment angles. You won’t have any issues rubbing if that’s what you were referring to.
 

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Wheel and tire size have nothing to do with alignment angles. You won’t have any issues rubbing if that’s what you were referring to.
My main thing is if I don't have to spend the money on the camber kit I would prefer that
 
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My main thing is if I don't have to spend the money on the camber kit I would prefer that
Well my results are pretty good. Your wheel size won't be a factor so you should be fine with no camber kit. Some camber doesn't necessarily wear tires faster, it just wears them uneven. If you run a square setup, you can rotate your tires so they wear even.
 

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Well my results are pretty good. Your wheel size won't be a factor so you should be fine with no camber kit. Some camber doesn't necessarily wear tires faster, it just wears them uneven. If you run a square setup, you can rotate your tires so they wear even.
Okay well that's good to know I bought the ebiach springs and the wheels but I just been back and forth if I should buy the camber kit I though the offset of the wheels had to with camber as well so that was dumb on my part lol this is my first car that I've modified so its definitely a new experience.
 
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Okay well that's good to know I bought the ebiach springs and the wheels but I just been back and forth if I should buy the camber kit I though the offset of the wheels had to with camber as well so that was dumb on my part lol this is my first car that I've modified so its definitely a new experience.
Fair enough. I was in the same position. Didn't know if I really need it. And spent a bunch on my springs and rims. I can always get a camber kit later on if it bothers me and then just do a 2 wheel alignment to dial it in.
 

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Here's my alignment after lowering spring install with no camber kit.
Rear right seems to be out of spec by a bit. I'm not concerned with this. There's a couple variables that could be a factor in those results so I'm going to leave it as it. Toe is the biggest thing for tire wear. And my steering wheel is straight and tight like new again. After the install it was turned to the right and a bit loose. So I'm happy with how she is!

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got it, so basically what i am seeing is the camber kit will bring the rear camber in equal when needed.

one question i have, did you pull the front pins to get more camber from the front or is that .7 and .6 a result of the springs?
 
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got it, so basically what i am seeing is the camber kit will bring the rear camber in equal when needed.

one question i have, did you pull the front pins to get more camber from the front or is that .7 and .6 a result of the springs?
Ya exactly.
I didn't touch anything else in the front so that's probably just from the springs.
 
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