FWIW...OE spec for rear camber on his car is -1.5°Originally Posted by Mikie13
This is a discussion on Suspension under 00 within the Suspension & Wheels forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; Originally Posted by Mikie13 For good handling, negative camber is necessary to create the most contact possible when within the ...
Thank you for all of your opinion everyone. I'm hoping all this suspension work will be perform as soon as I get back home. I'm currently out of state and will be here for 3 weeks.
Keep the comments posted.
Regarding the Anti Lift Kit; are there any other add on's? Will I be replacing a part with this part? Sorry for the many questions, I'm not really a carguru, just trying to learn what I can do here and there for my car.
The ALK replaces the rear control arm mounts/bushings and corrects the geometry.
Whiteline Anti Lift Kit Subaru Models (inc. 2002-2007 WRX / STI) KCA359 at RallySportDirect.com
If you are gonna lower more than 1" and yours are worn anyways, this kit is a good upgrade:
Whiteline Front Roll Center Adjustment Kit Subaru Models (inc. 2002-2013 WRX / STI) KCA313 at RallySportDirect.com
Rear camber bolts:
Eibach Camber Bolts Multiple Make/Models (inc. 2002-2013 Subaru WRX / STI) 5.81260K at RallySportDirect.com
Other suspension related upgrades:
If you haven't done it already the tranny mount is a good upgrade:
STI Transmission Mount Subaru 5MT Models (inc. 2002-2013 WRX) D1010FE020 at RallySportDirect.com
As are the cross member bushings:
Whiteline Gearbox Positive Shift Kit Subaru Models (inc. 2002-2007 WRX / STI) W0584 at RallySportDirect.com
Pitch stop is a good one:
Kartboy Pitch Stop Mount Subaru Models (inc. 2002-2013 WRX / STI) KB-015 at RallySportDirect.com
Subframe lock down kit:
Perrin Subframe Lockdown Kit Subaru WRX / STI 2002-2007 PSP-SUS-525 at RallySportDirect.com
I have the stock rims, do you think that's going to look good?
Lol, if the rear isn't adjustable then I must have been dreaming that I went to the alignment shop.
i DD my car as well. dont really plan on tracking it with the excepting of MAYBE an autocross here and there. i ran eibach prokit springs for many years which were great but just wanted improved handling. i bought BC BR coilovers for well below $1k and i have to say i'm in love with them. i've had them for a few months now and have no complaints thus far. the car handles so much better and the ride quality is still pretty great. i know a lot of people prefer a good spring/strut combo which is a great recommendation, but i just wanted to throw in my 2c on "cheap" coilovers.