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Old 12-06-2012, 11:38 AM   #464
isotopesope
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Originally Posted by RaceComp Engineering View Post
Well the issue will be that on the front struts the lower clevis tabs are 12.5mm LONGER which would push your wheels OUT by that much AND in the process reduce your maximum camber capability.

In reverse......someone ( me) who has a 2011 WRX who installs say GTWORX/Bilsteins which are made for the 08-2010 WRX..that person would GAIN maximum camber. So the range would be -1.0 minimum to -2.9 maximum. AWESOME for performance.

Back to you. Your maximum camber would likely be reduced to like -.8 and your minimum would go down to like +1.0 which you dont want AT ALL.

Hope that helps.

Myles
so, will aftermarket front camber bolts remedy this problem? i picked up some 2012 wrx assembled springs and struts that i want to install on my 08 wrx. my car is only a daily driver...

are there any issues with the rear suspension? with this potential setup?
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