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Re: Camber Plates (archive)

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Posted by Andy Peavy on January 05, 2000 at 09:13:11:

In Reply to: Camber Plates posted by KJK on January 04, 2000 at 13:50:52:

: Anyone running Dinan camber plates or another brand? How much negative camber can be applied without tire wear problems? I am not planning on putting them on soon but next time I have the struts out for any reason I would like to put them in as they aren't too much money. If my cars is plowing too much at driving schools this spring I definitely want them.

: KJK 91 M5 Dinan Stage I (no sways)

I have K-Macs also. Set to -1.3 degrees. Tire wear hasn't been a problem.

VERY neutral handling on the track now where before, I couldn't get it neutral with sway bar and tire pressure adjustments alone.

It even handles better with the studded snows that are on it now :)

Andy Peavy
91 535i
email: [email protected]

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