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Gizmo
02-27-2004, 10:29 PM
Im lowering my BMW by about 2,5-3inches but I will need to adjust my camber all round.

For the rear I know of AA tuning's adjustable RCCA's (Rear camber control arms) so it will sort out the rear.

Now how do I sort out the front? Who makes adjustable front control arms?

Autotechnica
02-28-2004, 03:47 AM
Originally posted by Gizmo
Im lowering my BMW by about 2,5-3inches but I will need to adjust my camber all round.

For the rear I know of AA tuning's adjustable RCCA's (Rear camber control arms) so it will sort out the rear.

Now how do I sort out the front? Who makes adjustable front control arms?

Why not just get front adjustable camber plates? Adjustable control arms are really expensive. Turner Motor Sport makes them.

Bry

Mitch555
02-28-2004, 06:29 AM
The front isn't going to be that big of a problem. The back camber is what you have to worry about on the E36.

thinair
02-28-2004, 07:22 AM
I have my coilovers dropped all the way down on the rear, I have 2.25 degrees camber in the rear with the stock adjusters, no problems, no uneven tire wear, and no rubbing.

The front you might need camber plates to increase camber, I'm getting some outside tire wear, but that could be from auto-xing. I'm thinking of running 2 degrees up front.

Gizmo
02-28-2004, 01:16 PM
Ok, who makes camber plates? What do they look like? Any info in the web?

Autotechnica
02-28-2004, 02:16 PM
Originally posted by Gizmo
Ok, who makes camber plates? What do they look like? Any info in the web?

www.turnermotorsports.com

thinair
02-28-2004, 05:19 PM
Originally posted by Gizmo
Ok, who makes camber plates? What do they look like? Any info in the web?

Ground Control (http://www.ground-control.com)
K-Mac (at Turner Motorsport (http://www.turnermotorsport.com))
Motor-Force (http://www.motor-force.com/)

When installed they look like this:
http://www.ground-control.com/images/bmw/camber.jpg