Originally Posted by MM135
Bump for an old thread....
I have stock suspension and am looking to get Camber plates to improve handling for Autox-ing...
From what i am reading so far, the two options if you have stock Susp. are the Ground Control or Vorshlag...
Here is my question - Which one will work best with stock susp. and which one is easiest to adjust?? I believe i read that they both offer up to -3deg, correct?
ALSO - I plan to get a set of springs soon... but want the camber plates first... using a set-up for "Stock Susp." will it still work if i get a set of H&R or Eibach springs?
Ground Control actually has 3 plates, street, hybrid, and race. I'm using the ground control street plates which don't have the metal bearings of the race plates. Vorshlag has has the metal bearings like the ground control race plates, but can work with OE or OE style springs like H&R. Both are easy to adjust and should offer similar max camber. It's limited by the opening up top. For street use, I like the GC Street plates, but if you want something more aggressive, the Vorshlag ones are great plates. Also, the GC street plates don't adjust caster, but the race plates do, and the Vorshlag plates do. I don't mind the lack of caster adjustment since it let's you get max camber, and there is a small amount of caster adjustment to let you even out the sides, but not change it much.
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