Does the plate change the change the ride height? Basically do you need to adjust the coilover to make up for any parts added to the strut?
KW variant 3 coilovers, hotchkiss bars,adjustable end links, noltec offset strut bushings, a combo of noltec & pedders urathane,3 piece SSR wheels with 265's in front& 275's out back, hurst shifter, urathane motor mounts and lots of drop,caster & camber. Procharger with a3.7 pulley and Kooks SS LT's into a Magnaflow cat back.. Harrop cover and one piece DDS drive shaft. Next wilwoods!!!
at this point it's up in the air but i doubt it's going to happen.
one of the things that caused the meltdown between Pedders AU and Pedders USA was that Pedders USA was making their own parts that were better than the AU parts.
The Camber Plates are one of those, and Pedders AU has the warehouse locked up tight, and i wouldn't expect to see anything any time soon, if ever on the camber plates.
I do however believe there are a couple sets in the warehouse, but i'm not holding my breath on this one.
Side note, would be interesting to see Camber plates installed with the spohn adjustable front arms that kollar is taking credit for with a set of coilovers.
Using the camber plates to move the top of the strut in, and the adjustable arms to bring the bottom in the same amount, creating more room to the fender, while not making the SAI and Included angles worse.
This is about the only way i see the adjustable arms being useful, but who knows, i've been wrong before. just ask my wife.
Ah, I just want to get my hands on these. I wanted them when they first came out but decided to put the money towards my kitchen. Now that I have my tax return they're gone. If you ever get your hands on some, please let me know.
Interesting that they work against each other. You would think Pedders USA and Pedders AU would work together to have the best possible part for their entire market. They don't just make holden parts so I don't get why it has to be all OZ and no mix of Oz and US part designs. They have a market and this is inferior to their design, sounds like they are just butt hurt. I don't know the entire back story though either. Wish I would have bought a fast rack back when those were available.
Rob isn't Chris working on something like this right now and then he has the part that moves the coil over in more up front. Those together would allow more room for tire up front.
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