Suspension, including wheel, tire and brake.
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So now that I've been autoXing my 510 a ton I've realized something else I want to fix. Why is it with stock front struts that the rear requires a more positive offset wheel than the front if you want to run less than 3 degrees of camber in the rear. It's so stupid! Right now I have 195 50 15's on 15x7 +25 even with removing the inner step I still have to run 3.3 degrees of camber. I want to get down to like 1 degree, I'd also like to run a 225 45 13 so I need over an inch more tire. I was thinking about moving the arm pivot points inward, this would also get the track length back since when you go past a level arm the wheel base gets shorter. Help me guys!
"People don't like it when shit doesn't match their rule of thumb." Sam
I ditched the inner lips and moved the rear arms in 3mm each side. 8JJ + 30 rims all around. My car is a lot higher than yours so the camber gain at ride height helps get me clearance to the rear arches.
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