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    About adjustable camber?? Need it or not

    Hello everyone
    Buying a new adjustable camber is worth or not..

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    Uh, wut? You can't buy "a camber"...

    Do you mean camber bolts? The usefulness of those is entirely dependent on what car you have and what other suspension modifications you have. You haven't shared any of that information, so there's really no way to help you without it.
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    Camber bolts for the rear are fairly universally useful.

    Camber plates for the front etc. are mainly for autocross or track use and will give you enough negative camber to ruin your tires on the street. For street use the Com-C will definitely get you far enough (and helps caster if installed that way). A good alignment shop will be able to get the front to -1.0 to -1.5 degrees with just stock adjustment which is plenty at least on the top end.
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    Sorry brother I got sti 2015 and I heard we can't do the alignment properly cause the camber is not adjustable that's y I asked

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    Shoot for -1.5 or a bit less for the fronts and -1.2 for the rears. If you need anything reasonable to get that, it will be worth it.
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    OK thanks bro

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    I was under the impression that the rear camber adjustment could only be achieved through adjustable lower control arms for the 15 still, and the fronts were basically maxed at -1.4 (unless you get the bolts obviously, which are pretty cheap), unless they have changed from the GR's. I am no authority on the new suspension set up though.

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    Yeah, I didn't know what year he was talking about.
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    I love the way they did for suspension on 2015 sti it is perfect don't need to buy any coil over its more than that..... But the rear camber is not adjustable and worried about the alignment problems that's y I thought to buy adjustable camber plates

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    Thanks for the replay buddy

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jozach View Post
    I love the way they did for suspension on 2015 sti it is perfect don't need to buy any coil over its more than that..... But the rear camber is not adjustable and worried about the alignment problems that's y I thought to buy adjustable camber plates

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    You need adjustable lateral links.

    It is very expensive to adjust static camber on double wishbone vs. Mcphersen strut. Your stock static camber should be around -1.5 to -2.0 degrees anyway.
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