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camber problem

Discussion in 'Integra' started by 91integra91, Oct 24, 2007.

  1. 91integra91

    91integra91 1# shifter

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    well i have 93 integra and i was in my drive way and i lowered my suspension about 3.5 inches all around, with the coil overs and shocks skunk 2, anwyas when i slamed it, well ...... i guess i got a fucking camber problem in the front and back .... now i need a camber kit but will i need rear tie bar or no..... dam it was a bitch in the drive way split my fingers open lol
     
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  2. PDOTJONES

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    pics? what rims and tires are you running? as far as the rear tie bar, i don't thing you need one.....
     
  3. norcalgsr

    norcalgsr Honda Master Technician

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    Rear tie bar has nothing to do with camber.

    Why the hell did you lower your car 3.5"?? It's going to ride like shit and blow your shocks. Plus even if you do buy a camber kit you're not going to be able to set it anywhere near where it should be since you lowered your car too much.

    I would raise it back up to approx 2" drop max, buy a camber kit, and get your car aligned. Any time you change the ride height on a Honda/Acura it will change your toe angle drastically and wear your tires out very quickly. Negative toe will wear out your tires 10X faster than a bit of negative camber, and that is exactly what happens when you lower your suspension without aligning the car.
     
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    no, not really.... i had sprint extremes (3.5 inch drop) on my ek with tokico blues and it was the most comfortable ride i've ever had. never was too stiff or bouncy.... if i can find the sprint extremes for my dc2 i'd throw those on there in a heartbeat....
     
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    BrutalB83 Brutal Moderator Moderator VIP

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    Why would a rear tie bar have anything to do with your camber?

    And yes, if you lowered your car 3 1/2 inches then no doubt you have a camber problem. Just buy an adjustable camber kit and then get your car aligned.

    And no, you won't need a rear tie bar...
     
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