I gained enough static camber when I lowered my 4th Gen (on Bilsteins/Swifts) that it had between -2.5 to -3.0 camber. Using the stock front camber bolts, I could regain about 1.0 which still left me with -1.5 to -2.0 and a lot of bumpsteer. Once I added the WL BS/RCK, I regained control over my static camber, and the bumpsteer.
If you're lowered, I recommend the WL bits (front and rear) to trim it all out. That and the offset LCA bushings.
Originally Posted by thisheregirafFe View Post
got to thinking, having a leggy daily driver is a lot like being in a toxic relationship. you'll definitely end up cussing, bleeding and possibly even crying. it'll manage to sneak more money out of your wallet than you ever intended and your friends and family may start to show concern. but sweet merciful baby jesus in a manger, when it's good it's fcking good.
Nullam et ipsum propter Deum.