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Old 12-18-2002, 10:44 PM   #1
scoobybrande
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2002 WRX
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Thumbs up MRT castor/camber upper strut mount

This is a review of the castor and camber adjustable upper strut mount (street version), as installed in on the front of my WRX. My car has no other suspension mods at this time, it still has the stock wheels and tires even. Installing them was the trickiest bit, it would have been easier with an extra person, but I still did it easily myself. I also has a piece left over (the blue anodized ring) but everything seems to fit and work properly, so I don't think it's a problem. I dialed in as much negative camber and positive castor as I could (I don't know the numbers), and took it for a drive. Their wasn't any noticeable increase in NVH, and driving at anything below maybe 6/10 is normal. Only when you surpass 6/10 do you start to see the improvement. Steering seems to be more precise, understeer is drastically reduced (although still there). At the limit in two corners I was significantly faster than before the plates (yes I measured, they are my favorite haunts). In the faster of the two corners I actually needed to shift up a gear!
Obviously I love them, I can't wait to get to the track.
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