Do camber bolts go on top or bottom?
Camber bolts go in the top hole. The way to look at it is that the camber bolts will pull the top of the suspension knuckle inwards to give you negative camber.
How do you camber a bolt?
How much camber do camber bolts have?
(Photos show 2 bolts per strut, and this creates usually -2.3 to -2.4 degress camber. Using 1 bolt is fine too and will provide approx -1.3 degrees. You can also adjust the bolt head rotation to vary camber increase; so you can set camber to -0.8 degrees if you prefer (as an example).
Can you adjust camber without camber kit?
No a camber kit is not mandatory. Most of your tire wear comes from incorrect toe settings. When you lower your car it causes you to gain negative camber. When camber changes your toe settings also change.
Can I use 2 camber bolts?
Although possible it’s not best practice to use two bolts. The bolts are a smaller cross-sectional area which allow movement so camber can be adjusted using the other bolt as a pivot point.
Are camber bolts reliable?
There are many users on this forum that safely use their camber bolts and there haven’t been problems. The only time there are problems are when the bolts are not properly installed.. like being over-torqued. Camber plates can still slip and fail too if they are not installed properly.
How do I get more camber in FRS?
What are camber plates?
Vehicle camber plates, also called caster-camber plates, consist of a mechanical plate of manufactured steel with slotted adjustment holes that can set an individual vehicle tire at a negative or positive angle.
Do you need camber kit when lowering car?
When you lower the car, the camber will go out and you need a camber kit to fix it. Most people think they need a camber kit because of a tire-wear concern. The reality is, TOE ANGLE kills tires WAY faster than camber ever will.
Do I need camber plates with lowering springs?
If you purchased a set of lowering springs it’s extremely important to get a set of aftermarket caster and camber plates. Lowering your Mustang without the use of caster camber plates not only wears your tires and other suspension parts much more quickly, it will negatively affect performance and handling as well.
How do you set camber plates?
Do I need camber plates?
Essentially, if all you’re trying to do is return to factory-settings after lowering your vehicle, then camber bolts are a great way to do that inexpensively. If you want a greater range of adjustability though, then you should go for the plates.
Can you adjust camber with coilovers?
Leaning the coilover will alter the camber in the same direction; leaning it toward the vehicle will increase negative camber and leaning it away from the vehicle will increase positive camber.
How do you adjust positive camber?
Can I adjust camber yourself?
Small metal shims are needed to do any camber adjustment. Loosen the upper control arm where it meets the shock tower. Place a 1/32 inch shim for every 1/2 degree of camber that is needed. Tighten the upper control arm and replace the tire.
What should camber be set at?
For a normal car you typically want to maintain a slight amount of negative camber (0.5 – 1°) to have a good balance of cornering grip, braking grip, and tire wear. On most vehicles it’s common to have slightly more negative camber (0.8 – 1.3°) in the rear to reduce the chances of oversteer (loss of grip in rear).