Ok, so my buddy awhile back had an idea to correct the bad camber in the rear cheaply. Its all by just putting washers inbetween the bolts that connect the rear upper control arm and the subframe. With about 3-1/16 washers of a good size for each bolt is all you need for about 2.0 degrees of bad camber due to lowering your car. He has drove on his "rear camber kit" for a good 4 months no problems yet. He just did this quick fix on my car and it took only about 20 minutes at the most with air. A tip to remove the rear upper control arm is to jack up the trailing to make it easier to put the bolts back in. My car is a 93 hatch si, and his is a 88 standard w/ls , so its pretty easy with 4th, 5th gen, and maybe 6th gen. This is just a quick how to, to help out the people with camber issues and want to resolve them in the rear to save some money on tires.